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folio 




C)ecemBeR 

1973 



staff 

Announcers and Live Radio: Margot Adler, Pepsi Charles, 
Bob Pass, Gary Fried, Paul Gorman, Larry losephson 
(on leave), )ulius Lester, Su Negrin, Steve Post, Marc 
Spector, Mickey Waldman 

Cat: Freddie 

Chief Engineer: Mike EdI 

Co-ordinater Black & Third World Pro.: Deloris Costello 

Comptroller: Enrique Williams 

Drama & Literature: Suzan Shown (Director), Brett Vuolo 

Folio Editor/ Asst. Prog. Director!: Elizabeth Wheeler 

General Manager: Jerry Coffin 

Music: Candy Cohen (Free Store), Judy Sherman (Director) 

News & Public Affairs: Abraham Aig, Bonnie Bellow, Paz Co- 
hen (Washington), Libby Cohen, Larry Cox (News Di- 
rector), Elaine Douglass, Nick Egleson (Director), David 
Gelber, Betty Pilkington (U.N.), David Selvin (Washing- 
ton) 

Program Director: Hank Heifetz 

Recording Engineers: David Rapkin, Peter Zanger 

Subscriptions: Matt Alperin Off Manager, Richard Fioravanti 

Operations Director: Dick Demenus 

Traffic Director: Richard Harris 

Communications Director: Bill Monaghan 

National Board 

R. Cordon Agnew, )ody Blazek, George Fox, Carolyn Goodman 
(Chairperson), Edwin A. Goodman (Pres. Pacifica), Hallock 
Hoffman, Rudy Hurwich, Hannah Levin, David Lopez, Thelma 
Meltzer, Max Palevsky, Robert Powsner, Jonas Rosenfield, Jr., 
Al Ruben 

Local Board 

Louise Berman, Joseph Cadden, Ralph Engelman, George Fox 
(Chairperson), Carolyn Goodman, Oscar Hanigsberg, Kenneth 
Jenkins, Hannah Levin, Bernie Mazel, Al Ruben, Mark Stone, 
Peter Weiss, William White, Prentice Williams 

Volunteers 

Sandra Adickes, Jan Albert, Kenny Davis, Ron Ehrenberg, Fabir, 
Steve Finkelstein, Jim Freund, Sababu Geuka (Cornell Norris) 
Mark Goldberg, Charlie Cross, Saidi Hekimu, Joan Hervey, 
James Irsay, Tim Jerome, Kathy Kendel, Susan Lynn, Maliki Ol- 
uwambe, Dave Marx, Paul Mclsaac, Peter Milliken, Howard 
Pflanzer, Stacy Ann Pober, Charles Potter, Willie Price, Adrian 
Ramos, Steve Rathe, Miriam Rosen, Charlie Sanders, Susan 
Scheftel Gary Sclar, Jeff Shapiro, Jeffrey Shaw, Ann Snitow, 
Henrietta Taylor, Harold Walker, Linda Weaver, Ira Weitzman, 
Bill Wurst 

The WBAI Folio is not sold, it is sent free to each subscriber 
to the station. The program listings are published every month 
as a service to subscribers who support our non-profit, non- 
commerical station at the annual rate of $24.00 (student and 
retired persons subscription rate: $15.00 a year). All donations 
are tax deductible and checks should be made payable to 
"Pacifica-WBAI". 

WBAI is on the air twenty-four hours a day. Our transmitter 
is located in the Empire State Building, and we broadcast with 
an Effective Radiated Power of 5.4 KW (horizontal) and 3.85 
KW (vertical). Power equivalent to 50,000 watts at 500 feet. 
Antenna: 1223 feet above average terrain. Height above sea 
level: 1515 feet. Frequency: 99.5 fm. The studios and offices 
are located at 359 East 62nd Street, New York, N.Y., 10021. 
Phone: (212) 826-0880. 

WBAI is owned and operated by the Pacifica Foundation, a 
non-profit corporation. The other Pacifica stations are KPFA, 
2207 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, California, 94704; KPFK, 3729 
Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, California, 91604; and KPFT, 
618 Prairie St., Houston, Texas, 77002. Subscriptions are trans- 
ferable. 

The duration of programs scheduled is approximate. The dates 
after listings indicate past or future broadcast. The program 
listings are copyrighted (Copyright 1973, WBAI) and are not 
to be reprinted without written permission. Extracts may be 
reprinted for highlight listings. "Pacifica" and the dove are 
trademark, 1973. 

WBAI is not responsible for the return or safety of unsolicited 
tapes or manuscripts. 



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Produced by Candy Cohen 

In December, FREE MUSIC STORE concerts will take place in 
WBAI's Studio C (359 East 62nd Street), Wednesday and Sa- 
turday nights at 9 pm except Saturday, December ^ 5. Instead 
of Saturday, the Concert GOSPEL SPECTACULAR will be held 
live on Friday December 14, location to be announced. Also, 
no concerts Saturday, December 22 and Wednesday, Decem- 
ber 26 due to the holidays. The FREE MUSIC STORE is free, 
and informal. You're all invited! 

Saturday 
December 1 

FROM STUDIO RIVBEA, lazz. With the great flute and sax 
man Sam Rivers and guest artists. Broadcast Live at 9 PM. 
Wednesday 
December 5 

A VAUGHN BODE CARTOON CONCERT: Da creator of 
Cheech Wizard an' contributin' editor to da Nashnul Lampoon 
will show slides of of his cartoons an' supply da voices an' 
sound effects. If people show up, deyjcan see it, too! Guest 
produced bv lim Freund. 9 P\ 




Saturday 
December 8 

THREE TRIUALS FOR TWO PERCUSSION, PROJECTIONS AND 
LIGHTS BY LEJAREN HILLER. New York premiere presented 
by percussionist PAUL MOURADIAN, and guest artists. Broad- 
cast Live at 9 PM. 
Wednesday 
December 12 

MUSIC OF INDIA. Guest produced by Marc Cold. Performers 
to be announced. 9 PM. 
Friday 

December 14 

GOSPEL SPECTACULAR: With the 100 voices of YOUTH FOR 
CHRIST. The concert will not be in Studio C. Stay tuned for 
information on uptown location. Produced by Clarence Reed 
and Candy Cohen. 9 PM. Will be broadcast Saturday, Decem- 
ber 1 5 at 9 PM. 
Wednesday 
December 19 

QUOG MUSICTHEATRE with ERIC SALZMAN. The gospel ac- 
cording to St. Quog. No, actually Quog's version of a 12th 
Century Miracle Play. 9 PM. Will be Broadcast Saturday, De- 
cember 22 at 9 PM. 

INTERMISSION-NO CONCERTS DECEMBER 22 and DECEM- 
BER 26! 
Saturday 
December 29 

BAROQUE OUT, YE OLDE YEAR. With Daniel Waitzman, 
flute; Elaine Comparone, harpsichord; Myron Lulzke, cello. 
Works by Quantz, Vivaldi, Bach, Scarlatti. BROADCAST LIVE 
at 9 PM. 
Wednesday 
January 2 

CHAMBER AND BANK. ALPINE CHAMBER PLAYERS per- 
form trios including Stravinsky's (.'H/sto/redu Soldat. Then 
MAGUS follows with big band jazz arrangements. 9 PM. 
Saturday 
January 5 

ORGANIC OBOE. Multi-media oboe show with JOSEPH CELLI. 
BROADCAST LIVE at 9 PM. 



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Sunday 
December 2 

12:30 KNOW YOUR BODY: Treatment And Over-Treatment- 
Does Marcus Welby Know Best? The sixth and final 
program in a series. )udy Graham and Diana Parness 
of the Women's Health Forum (156 5th Avenue, NYC, 
10010. 212 691-1140) take a look at the use and prev- 
alent abuse of surgery and drugs in the treatment of 
women. Series produced by Caryl Ratner. 
1:45 SHAKESPEARE OF THE MONTH: THE TEMPEST. "O, 
wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! 
How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, that 
has such people in 't" Prospero ends, but let us begin, 
with "Please you, draw near" for The Tempest, on 
Caedmon. 

Tuesday 

December 4 
8:00 THE SEX PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN. Produced by 
Nanette Rainone. 

1 1 :00 THE RADIO. Stereo radio drama featuring the continu- 
ing adventures of The Count of Monte Cristo and a 
second feature for your listening delictation this even- 
ing. Produced by Tim Jerome and Charles Potter with 
musical direction by lames irsay and recording and 
technical production by David Rapkin. 

Monday 
December 3 

7:30 AC/DC. What the Pacifica Washington Bureau really 
likes to do best. Tape clips, interviews, dramatic read- 
ings from the Congressional record. Broadcast Weekly. 
8:45 THE LOYALTY THING. A collection of the Heatings of 
Nixon's loyal henchman, all taken from actual testi- 
mony before the Watergate Committee. Produced by 
Bonnie Bellow with technical production by Peter 
Zanger. 

1 1 :00 THE WORLD SPLIT OPEN. 'What would happen if one 
woman told the truth about her life? The world would 
split open. "-Muriel Rukeyser-A program about the new 
anthologies of women's poetry, including readings from 
the anthologies and discussion with Elaine Gill, editor 
of Montain Moving Florence Howe, editor of Now 
More Masks, and Louise Bernikow, editor of an anthol- 
ogy tentatively entitled Roots. 

Thursday 

December 6 
8:00 FREE MUSIC STORE: The Brownie's Revenge. A broad- 
cast of the Free Music Store concert of November 14, 
produced by Candy Cohen and recorded by Peter Zang- 
er. A twenty-nine piece jazzrock odyssey, directed by 
Brownie. 

Friday 

December 7 

11:00 RAPE: The Victim As Suspect. Part I. A documentary 
examining the mythology surrounding rape and its ef- 
fect upon the social, medical and legal treatment of 
rape victims. Includes interviews with victims, attor- 
neys, and organizations founded to combat the problem 
of rape. Produced at KPFA and WBAI by Susan Scheftel 
and Gail Boehm. Part 11 will be broadcast 12/21. 

Sunday 

December 9 
8:45 THE WIT AND WISDOM OF WATERGATE. A montage 
of the most witty and amusing moments from the first 
session of the Watergate scandal. Produced by Bonnie 
Bellow and Peter Bochan. 



Tuesday 
December 11 

9:45 ELECTRONIC MUSIC. A wide-ranging program of elec- 
tronic music, some of it unavailable on recording, pro- 
duced by composer llhan Mimaroglu. 

7:30 FROM TEL AVIV AND CAIRO NOTEBOOKS. Bonnie 
Bellow and Marc Cooper talk about covering those res- 
pective cities during the recent Middle East fighting. 

8:30 RESPECT FOR ACTING: AN INTERVIEW WITH UTA 
HAGAN. "To bring to an audience the revelation of 
the failings and aspirations, the dreams and desires, the 
negative and the positive aspects of human beings — this 
is what we should set as our goal as committed theater 
artists. Then we will be respected and have respect for 
ourselves and respect for acting!" — from Respect For 
Acting by Hagen & Haskel Frankel. With examples of 
her work. Produced by Suzan Shown & Frank Harjo. 
Friday 

December 14 

11:00 COLLETTE: THE DIFFICULTY OF LOVING. A program 
about Colette-her life and her work, including excerpts 
from Margaret Crosland's new biography, The Difficulty 
Of Loving, her own autobiography. Earthly Paradise and 
readings from her work. Produced by Brett Vuolo. 

Sunday 
December 16 

1 :45 HOW I SPENT MY SUMMER VACATION. Doctor Spock 
Speaks On The Children Of China. Portions of Doctor 
Benjamin Spock's address to the U.S. -China People's 
Friendship Association. Produced by Abraham Aig. 

Monday 
December 17 

8:45 GLEEPSITE. A dramatization of a most unusual short 
story by Nebula Award-winning science fiction writer 
Joanna Russ from the S.F. anthology Orbit 9, edited 
by Damon Knight. Produced by )im Freund and Manya 
La Bruja with the kind permission of Joanna Russ. 
(12/21). 

Tuesday 

December 18 
9:30 FREE MUSIC STORE: Lucy Shelton & Friends. A broad- 
cast of the Free Music Store concert of November 7, 
produced by Candy Cohen and recorded by David Rap- 
kin. Vocal chamber music program includes songs by 
Beethoven and Shostakovich. 

11:00 THE RADIO. The adventures of The Count of Monte 
Cristo continue this evening along with a second fea- 
ture produced by Charles Potter and Tim Jerome. Re- 
cording and technical production by David Rapkin with 
musical direction by James Irsay. 

Thursday 

December 20 
7:30 WAR IN THE MIDEAST. Bonnie Bellow back from Is- 
rael, presents interviews, analysis, personal observation 
recorded in Israel during the conflict that engulfed the 
Mid east on October 6. 

Friday 

December 21 

1 1 :00 RAPE: The Victim As Suspect. Part II. Details, 12/7. 

Sunday 

December 23 
1:45 IN THE BEGINNING ... In the beginning there was 
beauty all around, the beauty of the sun, the beauty 
of the moon. And the Creator, as creators will, wanted 
to create something as beautiful as these . . . How it 
all began for the Cheyenne, the Iroquois, and other 
people of the western hemisphere. Produced by Frank 
Harjo & Suzan Shown. 

Monday 

December 24 

1 1 :00 LORE SEGAL'S GRIMMS FAIRY TALES. Lore Segal reads 
from her own translations of Grimms Fairy Tales-For 
grownups as well as children. 

Tuesday 

December 25 
3:15 WINTER IN CENTRAL PARK. A recent musical composi- 
tion by Michael Valenti. 



8:15 A WREATH OF CHRISTMAS POEMS. A selection of 
poems from many lands that together span the course 
of 2,000 years of Christmas celebration. From the 
Hayes/Laughlin collection, beginning with Virgil's 
Fourth Ecologue which people of the Middle Ages be- 
lieved to be a veiled prophecy of the birth of Christ, 
and ending with the late Thomas Merton's Carol. Pro- 
duced by Frank Harjo & Suzan Shown. 

Friday 

December 28 

1 1 :00 WORDS, WORDS, WORDS. Readings by poet Karen 
Swenson from her new book An Attic of Ideali. 

Sunday 

December 30 

12:30 PABLO NERUDA MEMORIAL. A memorial program for 
recently deceased poet Pablo Neruda: his life, poetry 
in Spanish and English. 
1:15 THE THIRD B. An afternoon of music written by Jo- 
hannes Brahms. Hopefully live performances, and a live 
audience. (Listen for more details). In any case, the best 
available recordings of the Third B. Produced and pre- 
sented by Ira Weitzman. 

Monday 

December 31 

11:00 THERE ARE DIFFERENT KINDS OF WRITING ... a 
work by composer TUI ST GEORGE TUCKER, and prose 
writer SPENCER HOLST. This work does not fall into 
any category. It is something different. It's premiere per- 
formance was heard on WBAI last New Year's Eve. 

Saturday 

January 1 
8:00 TO HAVE? OR NOT TO HAVE? ... A CHILD. Steriliza- 
tion as an Alternative. Elaine Douglass, WBAI staff 
member, recently underwent laparoscopic sterilization, 
a 20 minute surgical procedure which rendered her 
permanently unable to bear children. Why did she take 
this "radical" step? Nanette Rainone and Elaine Dou- 
glas discuss the question. To be followed by listener 
phone calls at 212 371-5200. 

1 1 :00 THE RADIO. This evening yet another of the continuing 
adventures of The Count of Monte Cristo, with a second 
feature produced by Charles Potter and Tim )erome. 
Recording and technical production by David Rapkin 
with musical direction by James Irsay. 

Thursday 
January 3 

8:00 ON THE ROCKS. George Bernard Shaw's political 
comedy about an English Prime minister who has an 
encounter with a lady guru, emerges as a militant Marx- 
ist only to discover that his greates opposition comes 
from the working classes he's out to liberate! Directed 
by Neal Weaver. Produced by Brett Vuolo. 

Friday 

January 4 

1 1:00 WORDS, WORDS, WORDS. Readings by poet Steven 
Stepanchev from his new works: Mining the Darkness, 
and from The Mad Bomber. 

Sunday 

January 6 
2:45 VIETNAM'S VETERANS: COMING HOME IS NO 
HOMECOMING. The economic and psychological im- 
pact of returning to the States after service in Indo 
China. Produced by Nick Egleson. 



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I have been asked by Liz Wheeler, our Folio editor, to write 
a few introductory words about my friends and colleagues who 
comprise the WBAI Speaker's Bureau. Despite the fact that no 
one else would take on the assignment, 1 consider it a great 
honor, for the men and women whose names appear below 
are of distinguished character, high intelligence and ideal, and 
possessed of an abundance of talent, skill, and insight. They 
are a diverse group: artists, philosophers, tap dancers, poets, 
female and male impersonators, social theorists, magicians, 
musicians, jugglers, political analysists, journalists, butchers, 
bakers, candlestick makers and a partridge in a pear tree. It 
is indeed unfortunate that so little of this has been communi- 
cated over the air. Such are the limits of the medium. Hence 
the WBAI Speaker's Bureau, and a chance for them to bring 
these qualities to you and/or your organization in the flesh, 
so to speak, if not in fact. And not incidently an opportunity 
to make a quick buck, for themselves and the station. 
One note of caution: it would be unwise to invite more than 
one to address your group on the same occasion — no two can 
agree on anything, or even stand the sight of each other. My 
own name does not appear on the list; I prefer to keep better 
company. But do buy one or more, and don't forget to redeem 
the valuable coupons inside. 

— Steve Post 



IAN ALBERT is no cheap cookie. Jan Albert will speak for 
a price. The host of Candy From Strangers will tell stories, 
speak on classic childrens literature and present some of the 
new exciting things being done for children now. She will also 
organize day care for special events, teach children radio and 
video skills so that they will be able to live and communicate 
with and within the media that's all around us, sing, dance, 
make merry, etc. 

BONNIE BELLOW is a member of the WBAI Public Affairs 
Dept. As co-producer of documentaries on Occupational 
Health Hazards such as carbon monoxide, asbestos and noise, 
she will speak about Health Hazards in the Work Place. She 
will also speak on what it is like to be a woman in radio 
journalism. 

lERRY COFFIN is WBAI's General Manager, Formerly active 
as an organizer in the civil rights and antiwar movements he 
will speak on subjects relating to social movements and the 
media, the relationship between government and media, and 
on topics relating to alternative and insurgent radio. 

BOB COHEN and the CORBY specialize in Folk-Rock for 
Young Folk and for the Not-so- Young. They host the Bob Co- 
hen and The Corby's Show and The Daydreamer. They are 
available for concerts, assemblies, class-room sessions, tours, 
workshops, etc. 



DELORIS COSTELLO is Co-ordinator of Black and Third 
World Programming at WBAI. She will speak on prisons, the 
media, and the Plight of Black and Third World People within 
the Judicial System. 

NICK EGLESON is Public Affairs Director at WBAI, and is 
currently co-editing a book on the police and the U.S. left. 
He will speak on Undercover Agents and Other Bugs: Police 
Surveilance of the American Left. 

BOB PASS was creator and for seven years host of the late- 
night program. Radio Unnameable. He is presently senior pro- 
ducer of live radio. He will speak on whatever subject you 
are innocent enough to suggest. 

THE FORTUNE SOCIETY is a group conceived and run by 
ex-convicts. A panel of three or four members will speak on 
any subject relating to crime and the prisons. 

LOU GALLO who has produced and starred in Guru Lew 
fonghoo. Like You're Nobody and OV/7 War //, will elaborate 
on his theory of the necessary and inescapable multiphrenia 
of the human psyche, on the eighty-five steps of Fonghooism 
and the nature of the struggle between the androids and the 
humanoids in Civil War II. 

DAVID GELBER is a WBAI public affairs producer and writer. 
He was in Chile this summer for WBAI and is available to 
speak on the Chilean political situation. 

ED GOODMAN, former WBAI General Manager, now presi- 
dent of the Pacifica Foundation, will speak on the current 
relationship between government and the media. {He will also 
talk about listener-sponsored radio, its raison d'etre, and its 
problems). 

PAUL GORMAN is a producer of free-form radio, and host 
of Lunchpail. He also produced In the Spirit and two special 
series on Baba Ram Dass. He is currently co-producing the 
Life of the Mind series. He will talk on his involvement with 
Eastern Culture and religion, his past involvement in American 
Politics and the media. 

SAM JULTY hosts News and Views for Car Owners, and will 
speak on auto maintenance, buying a new or used car, auto- 
caused air pollution, auto travel, and automotive history. 

JULIUS LESTER is a writer and the host of Uncle Tom's Ca- 
bin, and was a regular host of Channel 1 3's Free Time. He 
will do his own special reading of the New York Times. 

GLENN PAULSON hosts WBAI's weekly environmental com- 
mentary. He will speak on Electric Power Needs and the Envi- 
ronment: Occupational Health and Safety; The City as an Un- 
stable Ecosystem; and Citizen Action to Improve the Environ- 
ment. 

NANETTE RAINONE was Program Director of WBAI, and the 
originator of feminist programming. She will speak on Wo- 
men's Liberation and will discuss the formation of 
consciousness-raising groups and supply materials. 

MARTHA SHELLEY is the producer of Lesbian Nation. She 
will speak on such topics as the relationship of Lesbians to 
the Feminist Movement; the Good Old Days when we Took 
Over Grove Press, and Though the Revolution had just Begun. 

SUZAN SHOWN and FRANK HAR|0 are the creators and 
producers of Seeing Red, WBAI's program on American Indian 
affairs. Suzan is co-director of WBAI's Drama and Literature 
Dept. Frank is the founder and past-chairman of the Young 
American Indian Council, and was involved in the takeover 
of Alcatraz. Suzan is Chyenne, Creek, and Pawnee. Frank is 
Creek. They will speak on the history and culture of American 
Indians and current Indian affairs. 

ANN SNITOW produced WBAI's Diary and New Women 
Writers series. She teaches English Literature at Livingston 
College-Rutgers University. She will speak on such topics as 
Women's Diaries and Letters; Women Writers; Feminisim and 
Architecture-or-What is the Family House? 



PETE WILSON is the producer of Cay Pride. He will speak 
on the oppression of homosexuals, gay liberation, social 
change and gay culture. 

SPENCER HOLST is a poet-storyteller who frequently reads 
his latest short prose works on WBAI. He has a regular series 
called "Deeply Colored Stones of Very Short Prose". His books 
include "The Language of Cats and Other Stories", "25 Stor- 
ies", and "13 Essays". He will storytell. 

The speakers included in this listing can be hired for a 
minimum fee of $150. One-third of this fee is retained by 
WBAI. Because of WBAI's foundation status, this portion 
of the fee is tax-deductible. To hire a speaker, write to 
Speakers Bureau, c/0 WBAI, 359 East 62nd Street, New 
York, New York, 10021, or phone (212) 826-0880 and ask 
for Matt. 



Saturday 
December 1 



5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk, and comedy to help ease the 
transition from Friday to Saturday. 

7:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (1 1/30) 

8:00 THE DAYDREAMERS. Bob Cohen and Allan Corby, 
singers and clowns, take you on fantasy trips, slips, 
quips, flips, riffs & raffs, zips & zaps. 
KID'S STORIES. Stories, Poems, Plays written and read 
by authors, ages 5-25, from New York, London, Wales, 
and Ulster, Northern Ireland. Produced by Mary Dou- 
glas. 



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9:30 MAMA'S LAP. Songs & Stories for children with Judith 

Clark. 

MISCELLANY. 

HOW MUSIC WORKS. Produced by Phil Corner. 
MISCELLANY. 
1 1 :30 UNDER A STONE. Down the highways and byways of 

folk balladry, old and new, with Don and Estelle Wade. 

LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 

IZZY YOUNG FOLK SHOW. World Folk Music with 

Israel G. Young. 
THIRD WORLD COMMUNICATIONS VANGUARD 

WORKSHOP. (11/30) 



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4:30 NANNY'S KITCHEN. The art of Jewish Cookery is recap- 
tured when Gary Fried visits his Grandmother, Rae 
Schneider, in her Forest Hills kitchen. Grab a pencil 
or pen so you can perpetuate this almost lost art. 

5:00 MISCELLANY. 

5:15 STRUGGLES OF THE JEWISH LEFT AND LABOR 
MOVEMENTS IN AMERICA. There has been much feel- 
ing that the Jewish Community has been disassociated 
from the left movements, in which they have had a 
traditionally important role in the past. Three activists 
in the Jewish left movement in the United States dis- 
cussed the history of the Left and Labor movements, 
and it's traditional and changing role within the Jewish 
community. The speakers were Annette Rubenstein, au- 
thor of Schools Against Children: The Case Against 
Community Control; Valia Hirsch of Americans for a 
Progressive Israel; and Jack Frager, of the editorial 
board of the Frei Arbiter Shtimme, and an anarchist. 
Produced by Aaron Kleinbaum and Ira Weitzman. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/2). 

7:00 NEWS & VIEWS FOR CAR OWNERS. Autoscribe Sam 
Julty produces his automotive column on the air. 

7:30 NORTH STAR. Independently produced by New York 
University Black students and the Black community. 

8:00 THE CRASS ROOTS OF MUSIC. Bill Vernon and Frank 
Mare bring you the best in old time country music and 
bluegrass. Produced by Tom Whitmore. (11/2) 

9:00 FREE MUSIC STORE. FROM STUDIO RIVBEA: |azz. 
With the great flute and sax man Sam Rivers and 
guest artists. Broadcast Live. 
11:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. (12/3) 

11:15 SONGS OF SAPPHO'S DAUGHTERS. Poetry & Music 
with a lavender tinge. Written, composed, performed 
by women. Produced by Manya La Bruja. 
12:00 FAR SIDE OF THE MOON. A program about Rogues, 
Scoundrels and other good guys. With Bob Rodriguez 
and musicians Matty DeLeon and Mark Gilston. Hosted 
by Margot Adier. 



Sunday 
December 2 



5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk and comedy to help ease the 
transition from Saturday to Sunday. 
7:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/1) 
8:00 SEASONINGS. Words, music and ideas for a Winter 
morning, when Spring is in your heart. Presented by 
Ira Weitzman. 
8:30 BOB COHEN AND THE CORBY SHOW. Live Radio, 

with guest calls, songs, records and Mr. Guitarman. 
10:00 CANDY FROM STRANGERS. With Jan Albert. 
11:00 IN THE SPIRIT. 

12:30 KNOW YOUR BODY: Treatment And Over- 
Treatment-Does Marcus Welby Know Best? The 
sixth and final program in a series. Judy Graham 
and Diana Parness of the Women's Health Forum 
(156 5th Avenue, NYC, 10010. 212 691-1140) take 
a look at the use and prevalent abuse of surgery 
and drugs in the treatment of women. Series pro- 
duced by Caryl Ratner. 
1:30 MISCELLANY. 



1:45 SHAKESPEARE OF THE MONTH: THE TEMPEST. 
"O, wonder! How many goodly creatures are there 
here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new 
world, that has such people in " + ." Prospero ends, 
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4:45 UMO)A (UNITY). Astrology and Medicine. Circle of 
Health. A family circle dedicated to liberating the 
Minds, Bodies and Souls of African-Americans. Pro- 
duced by Saidi Hekimu. 

5:45 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. Independently pro- 
duced by Rabbi A. Bruce Goldman, director of the In- 
stitute for Creative Jewish Living. (12/3) 

6:30 NEWS. (12/3) 

7:00 INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Newsandcommentary 
from Haiti, Chile, the Middle East, Asia, Greece and 
the Soviet Union by independent producers. 

8:30 HOW WE LIVE. Produced by Rich Strong. 

9:30 NOT WITHOUT ART. A series devoted to exploring the 
relationship between all the arts and the handicapped 
communities including the blind, deaf and the physical- 
ly handicapped. Produced by Milton Hoffman. (12/4) 
1 0:00 SEEING RED. American Indians. With Suzan Shown and 

Frank Harjo. (12/4) 
10:30 CENTER FOR NEW MUSIC NEWS. Coming concerts 
and music around the city and interviews with the 
people who make it all happen. Produced by Gregory 
Reeve. 
10:45 AT THE RISK OF SEEMING RIDICULOUS. 
12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Monday 
December 3 



5:00 OCCAM'S RAZOR. Salutes the 27th centennial of the 
accession of Chinese Emperor Chou Hsuan Wang. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/2). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Jan Albert. 
12:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. (12/2) 



1 2:30 LIFE OF THE MIND. An interview with Erich Von Dani- 
ken, author of Chariot of the Cods?, Cods From Outer 
Space, and a new book, The Gold Of The Cods. The 
discussion was conducted by Hans Stefan Santesson, 
science fiction writer and president of the Society for 
the Investigation of the Unexplained, and Margot Adier 
of WBAI. This program was produced by )im Freund. 

1:30 THE CORE & SEEDS. )uicier moments from Green Ap- 
ples with Steve Rathe and his guests. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 SONGS OF SAPPHO'S DAUGHTERS. (12/1) 

3:00 PASTMASTERS. Today, James Irsay takes you on a grave 
robbing tour through Pere La Chaise Cemetery. 

4:00 COMPOSITION. A program that focuses on the compre- 
hension of mind and soul creatively. Produced by Saba- 
bu Geuka. 

5:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. (12/1) 

5:15 A SATIRICAL VIEW. With Marshall Efron. (11/30) 

5:30 URBAN EDUCATION. Interview with some parents of 
brain injured children-the discrimination they face in 
NYC public schools. Produced by Margot Jones, Zina 
Steinberg and Norma Brooks. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/4). 

7:30 AC/DC. What the Pacifica Washington Bureau really 
likes to do best. Tape clips, interviews, dramatic read- 
ings from the Congressional record. 

8:00 TRANSIENT: OY. A series of programs based on the 
body of free-form Chassidic melodies (Nigunim). Also 
some philosophy, maybe. Produced by a simple Jew 
(my eye!) 

8:45 THE LOYALTY THING. A collection of the bleatings of 
Nixon's loyal henchman, all taken from actual testi- 
mony before the Watergate Committee. Produced by 
Bonnie Bellow with technical production by Peter 
Zanger. (12/10). 

9:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND ... A weekly program with Eric 
Bentley and almost anyone on almost any subject, cen- 
tering on theatre, literature, politics, and . . . Produced 
by Suzan Shown & Frank Harjo. (12/5) 
10:15 LESBIAN NATION. Despite wind and snow and patriar- 
chal celebrations, WBAI continues to give air time to 
opposing points of view. Produced by Martha Shelley. 
(12/4) 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

1 1 :00 THE WORLD SPLIT OPEN. "What would happen if one 
woman told the truth about her life? The world would 
split open. "-Muriel Rukeyser-A program about the new 
anthologies of women's poetry, including readings from 
the anthologies and discussion with Elaine Gill, editor 
of Montair) Moving, Florence Howe, editor of New 
More Masks, and Louise Bernikow, editor of an anthol- 
ogy tentatively entitled Roots. (12/4) 
12:00 SWAN SONG. Live Radio with Mickey Waldman. 



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Tuesday 
December 4 



5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/3). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Judith Sherman. 
11:30 AC/DC (12/3) 

12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Stoned Owl Movie: "Labies and Genital- 
men" (1971). A couple of recent college graduates 
don't know where to turn in this shallow, gripping story 
of Sexism, Elitism, Sado-masochism and two young 
Americans in love. Biff: Geraldo Rivera, Honey: Peggy 
Fleming. With Paul Gorman. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 LESBIAN NATION. (12/3) 

2:45 NOT WITHOUT ART. (12/2) 

3:15 SEEING RED. (12/2) 



3:45 MISCELLANY. 
4:00 THE WORLD SPLIT OPEN. (12/3) 
5:00 RENT & HOUSING IN THE CITY. News of tenants or- 
ganized to resist in a housing shortage manipulated by 
the real estate lobby. Produced by the Metropolitan 
Council On Housing. 
5:30 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS. 

By William Mandel. 
6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
6:15 MISCELLANY. 
6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/5). 
7:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER. By Jerry Coffin. (12/5) 
8:00 THE SEX PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN. A group of 
women learning to identify their sexual dissatisfac- 
tion, take responsibility for it, and through gestalt, 
biofeedback and sensory awareness techniques to 
have the kind of sexual experience they desire. 
With counselors Freyda Zell and Carol Altman. Pro- 
duced by Nanette Rainone. (First in a series. The 
second segment is on November 20). 
9:30 MISCELLANY. 

9:45 COMPOSERS & PERFORMERS (AND POETS AND 
ACTORS AND WHAT HAVE YOU?) Lend us an ear 
and we'll sing you a song, send us a tape and we'll 
play it here, c/o Composers and Performers, 
WBAI, 359 East 62nd Street., NYC, 10021. (11/13) 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

11:00 THE RADIO. Stereo radio drama featuring the con- 
tinuing adventures of The Count of Monte Cristo 
and, a second feature for your listening delictation 
this evening. Produced by Tim lerome and Charles 
Potter with musical direction by lames Irsay and 
recording and technical production by David Rap- 
kin. (12/7). 
11:30 POETS CRAFT. Henry Weinfield, poet and editor of 
"Mysterious Barricades" reads from his work and talks 
with Joan Larkin. 
12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Wednesday 
December 5 



5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/4), 

MORNING MUSIC. With Steve Rathe. 
11:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER. By Jerry Coffin. (12/4) 
12:00 TAKING Cj\RE OF BUSINESS. This program deals with 
a little of everything. It's aim is to Take Care of Busi- 
ness by dealing with subjects and people that you will 
not hear of, or about, elsewhere. Produced by Deloris 
Costello. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND . . . (12/3) 

3:15 RAOUL BERGER ON IMPEACHMENT. Part I. Raoul 
Berger, the author of Impeachment: The Constitutional 
Problem, addresses himself to the current situation cit- 
ing historical precedents, as well as answering ques- 
tions on executive privilege and other presidential "per- 
ogatives". 

4: 1 5 MBARI MBAYO. A program of African and West Indian 
news, music and information. Produced by Godwin 
Oyewole. 

5:15 MISCELLANY. 

5:30 FREE VOICE OF GREECE. A program of news, analysis, 
and special features on current developments in 
Greece, United States foreign policy, and the relation- 
ship of Greece to the Greek-American community. 
Independently produced by Adamantia Pollis. 

5:45 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 




6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/6). 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. Late breaking news, 
recent interviews and speeches, and unscheduled mate- 
rial from the Public Affairs Department as well as a 
wrap-up of important events in the nation's capitol from 
Pacifica's Washington Bureau. (12/6) 
9:00 PAROXYSMAL NOCTURNAL DYSPNEA. With Ira Ep- 
stein, 9/16 M.D. 

JUDICIAL REVIEW. Discussion of current Supreme 
Court cases and controversies. 

A GURU AGHAST IN GEHENNA: GALLO IN GOY- 
LAND. Beelzebub is losing his grip? Gallo has not given 
up? Step 67? 

10:45 THE LATE BREAK, 

1 1 :00 KUUMBA. Jazz. Presented by Maliki Oluwambe. 

12:00 NUANCES. Live Radio with Pepsi Charles. 



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Thursday 
December 6 

HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with lulius Lester. 
NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/5). 
MORNING MUSIC. Presented by )im Freund. 
LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 
COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. (12/5) 
MISCELLANY. 

ABC SONGS. ABC (Americans Before Columbus) Those 
songs belonging to the native people of this hemis- 
phere, differing from nation to nation, tribe to tribe. 
This program will explain the instruments, meanings 
and uses of the music from a specific area. Produced 
by Frank Harjo and Suzan Shown. 
JUDICIAL REVIEW. (12/5) 

CHILEAN NEWSLETTER. A bi-weekly report on recent 
events in Chile produced by scholars living in the U.S. 
and whose major focus of study is Chile. Produced by 
Elena Paz. 

MIDDLE EAST REVIEW. News & Interviews, or all the 
news that wasn't fit to print in the American press. Pro- 
duced by Miriam Rosen. 
COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
MISCELLANY. 

NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/7). 
MISCELLANY. 



8;00 FREE MUSIC STORE: The Brownie's Revenge, A broad- 
cast of the Free Music Store concert ot November 14, 
produced by Candy Cohen and recorded by Peter Zang- 
er. A twenty-nine piece jazzrock odyssey, directed by 
Brownie. 
9:30 '"NICK CREENBURG-PRIVATE SOCIAL WORKER!" A 
radio spoof of you-l<now-what sent to us by Martin 
Schlesinger in an envelope marked The City of New 
York Department of Social Services! 

10:00 MISCELLANY. 

10:15 GAY PRIDE. News and commentary, produced by Pete 
Wilson, Gary Fried, and Jeff Shaw. (12/7) 

10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

1 1:00 GREEN APPLES. With Steve Rathe. 

12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 
Fass. 

Friday 
December 7 

5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with Julius Lester. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/6). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by James Irsay. 
12:00 THE RADIO. (12/4) 

12:30 LIFE OF THE MIND. A series dedicated to events, lec- 
tures, symposia and other developments in the acede- 
mic community. With Richard Fioravanti. 

1:30 GAY PRIDE. (12/6) 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING. Produced by Helene Sil- 
verstein. (12/21) 

3:30 DANCE TODAY. Reviews of the dance scene, possible 
interviews as well; if anyone has done something unu- 
sal or (etc.). Produced by Elinor Rogosin. 

4:00 ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES. With Grace Jessen and 
Dick Debartolo. 

4:15 GRASS ROOTS. (12/1) 

5:15 "NICK GREENBURG-PRIVATE SOCIAL WORKER!" 
(12/6). 

5:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/8). 

7:25 FILM REVIEW. With Dan Menaker. 

7:30 A SATIRICAL VIEW. With Marshall Efron. (12/10) 

7:45 THE GREAT INTERGALACTIC COLLECTIVE PARTICIPA- 
TORY REVIEW. In tonight's fifteen minutes, |im Freund 
will read the entire Foundation Trilogy, followed by 
The Lord of the Rings, and other short-shorts. 

8:00 WASHINGTON WEEKLY. A somewhat opinionated re- 
view of the past week's news from "our Nation's Capi- 
tal", with members of Pacifica's Washington Bureau 
and others. 

8:30 DATELINE COMMON SENSE. A program for Third 
World people to present a variety of ideas, issues and 
entertainment. (12/8) 

9:00 THE CASE. Dealing with the art and artist of the Black 
Community particularly film, theatre and music; also 
criticism of these forms. Reading of poetry and other 
literature, talks with artists and others involved in artis- 
tic ventures. An emphasis on Black music and its 
relationship to oral communication, also its influence 
on style and form in America will be explored. Pro- 
duced by Clayton Riley. 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

11:00 RAPE: The Victim As Suspect. Part I. A documen- 
tary examining the mythology surrounding rape 
and its effect upon the social, medical and legal 
treatment of rape victims. Includes interviews with 
victims, attorneys and organizations founded to 
combat the problem of rape. Produced at KPFA and 
WBAI by Susan Scheftel and Gail Boehm. Part 11 
will be broadcast 12/21. 
12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 
Fass. 



Saturday 
December 8 



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5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk and comedy to help ease the 
transition from Friday to Saturday. 

7:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/7). 

8:00 THE DAYDREAMERS. Bob Cohen and Allan Corby, 
singers and clowns, take you on fantasy trips, slips, 
quips, flips, riffs & raffs, zips & zaps. 

9:00 TAKING TURNS. Non-sexist stories and songs. Pro- 
duced by Donna Barkman. 
10:00 TRAFFIC SONGS. Listening to the music of the seasons, 
of the world, of the universe. Presented live by Ira 
Weitzman. 
1 1 :00 GALLEY PROOFS. Talks with authors of books in pro- 
gress. 
1 1 :30 UNDER A STONE. In which Don and Estelle Wade ex- 
plore our folkloric underpinnings. 
12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 

2:00 FREE lAZZ. 

3:45 DATE-LINE COMMON SENSE. Poets Are Liberators Too. 
Produced by Kim larvis. The purpose of this program 
is to expose to the listeners Third World poets who 
are out here in our communities, but don't have a plat- 
form, as well as examining the role of the Third World 
poet in the community. 

4:15 THE CLOSET DOOR. What's it like when other people 
learn you're homosexual? Coming out, and other 
aspects of gay liberation, presented on live radio by 
Pete Wilson. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/9). 

7:00 NEWS AND VIEWS FOR CAR OWNERS. With Sam lul- 

ty. 

7:30 DRUGS. A regular report on the phenomenon which 
seems to control New York City. Produced by Bruce 
Soloway. 
8:00 THE CRASS ROOTS OF MUSIC. The best of Bluegrass 
and old-time country music, brought to you by Kathy 
Kaplan, Bill Vernon or Frank Mare. Produced by Tom 
Whitmore. (12/4) 
9:00 FREE MUSIC STORE. THREE RITUALS FOR TWO 
PERCUSSION, PROIECTIONS AND LIGHTS BY LE- 
lAREN HILLER. New York premiere presented by 
percussionist PAUL MOURADIAN, and guest art- 
ists. Broadcast Live at 9 PM. 
11:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. "Vether it's voith vile a 'goin' 
through so much to loin so little-as the charity boy 
said ven got to the end of the alphabet-is a matter o' 
taste." Sample Flowerpot, and if she has a flavor 'o 
warm flat-irons, pull out yer plug! (12/10) 
11:15 LOOK UP THE NUMBER. Sun Records rises again in 
Liverpool Memphis and Beatlemania revisited. Pro- 
duced by John Black and Roman Szolkowski. (12/10) 
12:00 FAR SIDE OF THE MOON. Live Radio with Margol 
Adier. 



Sunday 
December 9 



5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk, and comedy to help ease the 
transition between Saturday and Sunday. 
7:00 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/8). 
8:00 KINDERFANTASIEGESCHICHTEN. Many good fantasy 
and science fiction stories have been written for young 
people, and on this show, Jim Freund will present a 
reading or dramatization of one. 
8:30 BOB COHEN and THE CORBY SHOW. 
10:00 CANDY FROM STRANGERS. With Jan Albert. 
11:00 IN THE SPIRIT. 



12:30 A TRIBUTE TO EDDIE CONDON. On August 4, 1973 
one of the true jazz greats, Eddie Condon, passed away. 
On this program produced for WBAI by Hank O'Neal, 
we hear the guitarist from the Twenties through the Sev- 
enties with many of the people he brought into the 
business. Also heard on the program is an interview 
that Hank conducted with some of Condon's friends. 
Hank, besides being a jazz producer himself, co- 
authored Condon's autobiography. 
2:30 IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU. A look at the 1906 
San Francisco Earthquake: what happened then 
and what could happen during the next one. Pro- 
duced by Ian Legnitto with technical production by 
Stan Johnston. (12/14) 
3:45 THIS IS JAZZ. Things you've heard and things you hav- 
en't. Producer Larry Davis talks with jazz artists. 
UMOJA— UNITY. COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CARE 
CENTER: SELF-RELIANCE, Circle of Health. A family 
circle dedicated to liberating the Minds, Bodies and 
Souls of African-Americans. 
MISCELLANY. 
6:00 UPAGAINSTTHEWAILING WALL. Produced by Rabbi 

A. Bruce Goldman. 
6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/10). 
7:00 MISCELLANY. 

7:30 ECHOES FROM TARA. "Youth's summer sweet in which 
we were and autumn fair I too have spent; But winter's 
overwhelming brow is o'er me now in anger bent." 
Produced by Bill Monaghan. 



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8;30 HOW WE LIVE. Produced by Rich Strong. 
9:30 NOT WITHOUT ART. Produced by Milton Hoffman. 
(12/11) 

10:00 SEEING RED. Produced by Frank Harjo and Suzan 
Shown. (12/11) 

10:30 CENTER FOR NEW MUSIC NEWS. Coming concerts of 
new music around the city and interviews with the 
people who make it happen. Produced by Gregory 
Reeve. 

10:45 AT THE RISK OF SEEMING RIDICULOUS. From the Mu- 
sic Department. 

12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Monday 
December 10 

5:00 OCKHAM'S RAZOR. Salutes the 41st centennial of the 
accession of Pharaoh Inyotef I. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/9). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Richard Fioravanti. 

1 1 :30 MARION'S CAULDRON. A live series of occult informa- 
tion with Marion Weinstein. 
12:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. (12/9) 
12:30 LIFE OF THE MIND. A series dedicated to events, lec- 
tures, symposia and other developments in the acede- 
mic community. With Richard Fioravanti. 

1:30 THE CORE & SEEDS, juicier moments from Green Ap- 
ples with Steve Rathe and his guests. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 LOOK UP THE NUMBER. (12/8). 

3:00 PASTMASTERS. This afternoon we hear lack Benny per- 
form the Mendelsohn violin concerto with the Roches- 
ter Symphony Orchestra. With James Irsay. 

4:00 GETTING IT TOGETHER. You will be traveling with sis- 
ter Henrietta Taylor throughout the city and across the 
country. She will be bringing you the stories of people 
who are getting their "thing" together in the Third 
World Communities that are not being covered and 
normally not heard about. 

5:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. (12/8) 

5:15 A SATIRICAL VIEW. (12/7) 

5:30 THE LOYALTY THING. Details 12/3. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/11). 

7:30 AC/DC. What the Padfica Washington Bureau 
really likes to do best. Tape clips, interviews, dra- 
matic readings from the Congressional record. 
12/11 

8:00 SOULBOOK. "Gospel is one of the dominant sounds 
of the times-it has reformed our listening expectations." 
The fervor and artistry of this indigenous Black music, 
from the raw exhortations of Blind Willie Johnson (circa 
1927) to the rhapsodizing of Aretha Franklin, is re- 
emphasized. C'mon children, let's shout! Presented by 
Clarence Reed. 

8:45 THE WIT AND WISDOM OF WATERGATE. A mon- 
tage of the most witty and amusing moments from 
the first session of the Watergate scandal. Pro- 
duced by Bonnie Bellow and Peter Bochan. (12/11) 



9:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND ... A weekly program with Eric 
Bentley and almost anyone on almost any subject, cen- 
tering on theatre, literature, politics, and . . . Produced 
by Suzan Shown & Frank Harjo. (12/12) 

10:15 LESBIAN NATION. Despite wind and snow and patriar- 
chal celebrations, WBAI continues to give air time to 
opposing points of view. Produced by Martha Shelley. 
(12/11) 

10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

1 1 :00 SEXUAL SUICIDE WITH GEORGE GILDER. Susan Schef- 
tel interviews George Gilder, author of Sexual Suicide, 
wherein he sets forth, "The feminist program usually 
consists of taking jobs and money away from men, 
while granting in return such uncoveted benefits as the 
right to cry." (12/17), 

11:30 DIUNA BARNES LADIES ALMANAC. (12/14) 

11:45 PERSPECTIVE. With Lucy Komisar. A Feminist Views 
The News: News and analysis of current events, with 
a focus on local and national activities in government 
and politics that affect women's rights. 

12:00 SWAN SONG. Live Radio with Mickey Waldman. 



Tuesday 
December 1 1 

5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/10). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Elizabeth Wheeler. 
11:30 AODC. (12/10) 

12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Special investigative report on the opera- 
tions of the Federal Bureau of Redundancy Bureau 
(made possible by a grant from the Xerox Corporation). 
Repeat. With Paul Gorman. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 LESBIAN NATION. (12/10) 

2:45 NOT WITHOUT ART. (12/9) 

3:15 SEEING RED. (12/9) 

3:45 POETRY THE HEALER. An interview with jack ). Leedy, 
M.D., the editor of Poetry the Healer, and founder of 
the Association for Poetry Therapy. Produced by Frank 
Harjo & Suzan Shown. 

4:45 MISCELLANY. 

5:00 BOTH SIDES OF THE BARS. Ex-convicts provide in- 
sights into the role of prisons and crime in the streets. 
Moderated by David Rothenberg. Independently pro- 
duced by the Fortune Society 

5:30 THE WIT AND WISDOM OF WATERGATE. (12/10). 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/12). 

7:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER. By Jerry Coffin. (12/12) 

8:15 HUNGER: THE NEW HOLOCAUST. Within the next 12 
months, between 10 million and 30 million people will 
die from starvation and diseases rendered fatal by mal- 
nutrition. That is, as many people as were killed during 
World War II face almost certain death because of the 
global maldistribution of increasingly scarce food re- 
sources. Produced by David Celber. (12/23) 

9:15 INTERVIEW WITH PEIRRE BOULEZ. Gregory Reeve 
talks with the controversial composer/conductor. 
(12/14) 

9:45 ELECTRONIC MUSIC. A wide-ranging program of 
electronic music, some of it unavailable on record- 
ing, produced by composer llhan Mimaroglu. 
(12/12) 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

1 1 :00 INNER CINEMA. Film reviews and discussion and inter- 
views. Produced by Jud Yalkut. 
11:30 MISCELLANY. 
12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Wednesday 
December 12 

5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/11). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Candy Cohen. 
11:30 REPORTTOTHE LISTENER. (12/11) 
12:00 TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS. This program deals with 
a little of everything. It's aim is to Take Care of Busi- 
ness, by dealing with subjects and people, that you 
will not hear of or about elsewhere. Produced by Del- 
oris Costello. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND . . . Details (12/10) 

4:15 MBARI MBAYO. A program of African and West Indian 
news, music and information. Produced by Godwin 
Oyewole. 

5:15 MISCELLANY. 

5:30 FREE VOICE OF GREECE. A program of news, analysis, 
and special features on current developments in 
Greece, United States foreign policy, and the relation- 
ship of Greece to the Greek-American community. 
Independently produced by Adamantia Pollis. 

5:45 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/13). 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. Late breaking news, 
recent interviews and speeches, and unscheduled mate- 
rial from the Public Affairs Department as well as a 
wrapup of important events in the nation's capitol from 
Pacifica's Washington Bureau. Also SHORTCUTS by 
Peter Bochan. (12/13). 

9:45 A GURU AGHAST IN GEHENNA: GALLO IN GOY- 
LAND. It ain't easy, living with your own private devil 
in your own private hell. Step 47? 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 
1 1 :00 SCORPIAN SWIFT. Music and musical ideas presented 

live by Rob Crocker. 
12:00 NUANCES. Live Radio with Pepsi Charles. 



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Thursday 
December 13 

5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with Julius Lester. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/12). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Mickey Waldman. 
12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. (12/12) 

4:30 MISCELLANY. 

5:00 PERSPECTIVES. With Conrad Lynn. 

5:15 MISCELLANY. 

5:30 FRIENDS OF HAITI. Independently produced by Jill Ives 
in collaboration with the Haitian Liberation Movement. 

5:45 MIDDLE EAST REVIEW. News and interviews or all the 
news that wasn't fit to print in the American press. Pro- 
duced by Miriam Rosen. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/14). 



7:30 FROM T L AVIV AND CAIRO NOTEBOOKS. Bonnie 
Bellow and Marc Cooper talk about covering those 
respective cities during the recent Middle East 
fighting. 
8:30 RESPECT FOR ACTING: AN INTERVIEW WITH UTA 
HAG£N. "To bring to an audience the revelation 
oi the failings and aspirations, the dreams and de- 
sires, the negative and the positive aspects of 
human beings — this is what we should set as our 
goal as committed theater artists. Then we will be 
respected and have respect for ourselves and re- 
spect for acting!" — from Respect For Acting by 
Hagen & Haskel Frankel. With examples of her 
work. Produced by Suzan Shown & Frank Harjo. 
(12/22) 

10:00 MISCELLANY. 

10:15 GAY PRIDE. News and commentary, produced by Pete 
Wilson, Gary Fried, and Jeff Shaw. (12/14) 

10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

1 1 :00 GREEN APPLES. With Steve Rathe. 

12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 
Pass. 



Friday 
December 14 



5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with Julius Lester. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/13). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by James Irsay. 

12:30 LIFE OF THE MIND: A series dedicated to events, lec- 
tures, symposia and other developments in the acede- 
mic community. With Richard Fioravanti. 

1:30 GAY PRIDE. (12/13) 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 MISCELLANY. 

2:30 IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU. Details 12/9. 

3:45 DJUNA BARNES LADIES ALMANAC. 

4:00 ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES. Produced byGraceJes- 
sen and Dick Debartolo. 

4:15 CRASS ROOTS OF MUSIC. The best of Bluegrass and 
old-time country music, brought to you by Kathy Ka- 
plan, Bill Vernon or Frank Mare. Produced by Tom 
Whitmore. (12/8). 

5:15 INTERVIEW. With Peirre Boulez. (12/11) 

5:45 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/15). 

7:25 FILM REVIEW. With Dan Menaker. 

7:30 A SATIRICAL VIEW. With Marshall Efron. (11/19) 

7:45 MISCELLANY. 

8:00 WASHINGTON WEEKLY. A somewhat opinionated re- 
view of the past week's news from "our Nation's Capi- 
tal", with members of Pacifica's Washington Bureau 
and others. 

8:30 DATE-LINE COMMON SENSE. A program for Third 
World people to present a variety of ideas, issues and 
entertainment. Produced by Debris Costello. 

9:00 ESTHER RAND HOUSING NOTE BOOK: This program 
is to enlighten, educate, inform, and even outrage the 
listening public by exposing the myths and lies that 
those in power use to justify the denial of Health ser- 
vices, failure of the educational system, continued im- 
poverishment of the working poor together with the 
lack of sufficient, decent, safe and sanitary housing, at 
rents the people can afford. 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 



11:00 COLETTE: THE DIFFICULTY OF LOVING. A pro- 
gram about Colette-here life and her work, includ- 
ing excerpts from Margaret Crosland's new biogra- 
phy. The Difficulty of Loving, her own autobiogra- 
phy, Earthly Paradise and readings from her work. 
Produced by Brett Vuolo. 

12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 
Pass. 

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THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk, and comedy to help ease the 
transition from Friday to Saturday. 

NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/14). 

THE DAYDREAMER. With Bob Cohen and Allan Corby. 

KID'S STORIES. Stories, Poems, and Plays written and 
read by authors, ages 5-25, from New York, London, 
Wales, and Lllster, North Ireland. Produced by Mary 
Douglas. 

MAMA'S LAP. Songs & Stories for children with ludith 
Clark. 

MISCELLANY. 

HOW MUSIC WORKS. Produced by Phil Corner. 
MISCELLANY. 

UNDER A STONE. Down the highways and byways of 
folk balladry, old and new, with Don and Estelle Wade. 
LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 
IZZY YOUNG FOLK SHOW. World Folk Music with 
Israel G. Young. 

DATE-LINE COMMON SENSE. On this segment of Date- 
Line Common Sense, we will try to bring to you Third 
World Community News, that others in the media feel 
is not news worthy, but that we feel is of the utmost 
importance to us and our community. This program is 
produced by Ronald Francis. 

NANNY'S KITCHEN. The art of Jewish Cookery, is re- 
captured when Gary Fried visits his Grandmother, Rae 
Schneider, in her Forest Hills kitchen. Grab a pencil 
or pen so you can perpetuate this almost lost art. 




5:00 MISCELLANY. 

5:15 lOURNEY THROUGH INKLAND: A Pause. Leonard 
Chabrowe, exploring the aims and workings of little 
magazines, stops to identify himself. He reads from his 
own work, fiction in varying modes-lyrical, surreal, an- 
alytical. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 



6;30 NEWS. With Abrahani Aig. (12/16). 

7:00 NEWS AND VIEWS FOR CAR OWNERS. With Sam lul- 

ty. 

7:30 NORTH STAR. Independently produced by New York 

University black students and black community. 
8:00 THE CRASS ROOTS OF MUSIC. The best of Bluegrass 
and old-time country music, brought to you by Kathy 
Kaplan, Bill Vernon or Frank Mare. Produced by Tom 
Whitmore. (12/21). 
9:00 GOSPEL SPECTACULAR: With the 100 voices of Youth 
For Christ, Recorded at last nites FREE MUSIC STORE. 

11:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. "Vether it's voith vile a 'goin' 
through so much to loin so little-as the charity boy 
said ven got to the end of the alphabet-is a matter o" 
taste." Sample Flowerpot, and if she has a flavor 'o 
warm flat-irons, pull out yer plug! (12/17) 

11:15 INTERVIEW WITH EMILE D'ANTONIO. Emile D'Anton- 
io, documentary film maker is interviewed by Marc 
Weiss, himself a documentary film maker. D'Antonio's 
films include Painters Painting and Millhouse. 

12:00 FAR SIDE OF THE MOON. Live Radio with Margot 
AdIer. 



Sunday 
December 16 

5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk, and comedy to help ease the 
transition from Saturday to Sunday. 

7:00 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/15). 

8:00 SHOW ME YOURS AND I'LL SHOW YOU MINE. This 
months program turns to the best in Science Fiction 
for children. Don't turn off if your over 16, though, 
there's much in this we all could benefit from. 

8:30 BOB COHEN AND THE CORBY SHOW. 
10:00 CANDY FROM STRANGERS. With Jan Albert. 
H:00 IN THE SPIRIT. 
12:30 MISCELLANY. 

12:45 THE DIARY OF GAIL KUENSTLER. Par I of III parts, 
(parts II and III will be broadcast in January). This diary 
is one of the finest that came to our attention during 
the years of the WOMEN'S DIARY SERIES. Gail Kuens- 
tler is in the process of writing it right now in a more 
recent installment she said, "I'm becoming the Man 
I wanted to marry." Produced by Ann Snitow. 

1:45 HOW I SPENT MY SUMMER VACATION. Doctor 
Spock Speaks On The Children Of China. Portions 
of Doctor Benjamin Spock's address to the U.S.- 
China People's Friendship Association. Produced 
by Abraham Aig. 

4:45 UMOJA— UNITY. COMMUNITYSELF-RELIANCE.Circle 
of Health. A family circle dedicated to liberating the 
Minds, Bodies and Souls of African-Americans. Pro- 
duced by Saidi Hekimu. 
5:45 MISCELLANY. 
6:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. Produced by Rabbi 

A. Bruce Goldman. (12/17) 
6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/17). 
7:00 INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Newsand commentary 
from Haiti, Chile, the Middle East, Asia, Greece and 
the Soviet Union by independent producers. 
8:30 HOW WE LIVE. Produced by Rich Strong. 
9:30 NOT WITHOUT ART. A series devoted to exploring the 
relationship between all the arts and the handicapped 
communities including the blind, deaf and the physical- 
ly handicapped. Produced by Milton Hoffman. (12/18) 
10:00 SEEING RED. American Indians. With Suzan Shown and 

Frank Harjo. (12/18) 
10:30 CENTER FOR NEW MUSIC NEWS. Coming concerts of 
new music around the city and interviews with the 
people who make it happen. Produced by Gregory 
Reeve. 
10:45 ATTHE RISK OF SEEMING RIDICULOUS. From the Mu- 
sic Department. 
12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Monday 
December 17 



5:00 OCCAM'S RAZOR. Salutes the tricentennial of the ac- 
cession of Ablai-taiji, Khoshot khan of Semipalatinsk. 
7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 
9:00 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/16). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Ira Weitzman. 
12:00 AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. (12/16) 
12:30 LIFE OF THE MIND. A series dedicated to events, lec- 
tures, symposia and other developments in the acede- 
mic community. With Paul Gorman. 
1:30 THE CORE & SEEDS. Juicier moments from Green Ap- 
ples with Steve Rathe and his guests. 
2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
2:15 MISCELLANY. 

2:30 SEXUAL SUICIDE. With George Gilder. Details 12/10. 
3:00 PASTMASTERS. James Irsay murders Vladmir Horowitz 
so he can finally present his recordings in this time 
slot. 
4:00 LA VOZ BORICUA. An experience in the components 
of the Puerto Rican Culture, identifying its place in the 
Third World movement through its art, politics, eco- 
nomics and music. Produced by Adrian Ramos. 
5:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. (12/15) 
5:15 A SATIRICAL VIEW. With Marshall Efron. (12/14) 
5:30 URBAN EDUCATION. Rapping With Rose. Sex educa- 
tion expert for District 2 public schools will try to con- 
vince you that sex education is healthy and FUNda- 
mental. Produced by Margot Jones, Zina Steinberg and 
Norma Brooks. 
6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
6:15 MISCELLANY. 
6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/18). 
7:30 AC/DC. What the Pacifica Washington Bureau 
really likes to do best. Tape clips, interviews, dra- 
matic readings from the Congressional record. Pro- 
duced by David Selvin. (12/18) 
8:00 TRANSIENT: OY. More Chassidic song and exclama- 
tion. The music that kept Zayda warm and happy. 
(When Bobba wasn't home). Solid gold. Try it. Pro- 
duced by Mark J. Feffer. 
8:45 GLEEPSITE. A dramatization of a most unusual 
short story by Nebula Award-winning science fic- 
tion writer Joanna Russ. It is a monologue read 
by Manya La Bruja from the S. F. anthology Orbit 
9, edited by Damon Knight. Produced by |im Freund 
and Manya La Bruja with the kind peimission of 
loanna Russ. (12/21). 
9:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND ... A weekly program with Eric 
Bentley and almost anyone on almost any subject, cen- 
tering on theatre, literature, politics, and . . . Produced 
by Suzan Shown & Frank Harjo. (12/19). 
10:15 LESBIAN NATION. Despite wind and snow and patriar- 
chal celebrations, WBAI continues to give air time to 
opposing points of view. Produced by Martha Shelley. 
(12/18). 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

11:00 LETTER FROM EUROPE. A series produced by 
WBAI's correspondent Daniel Singer, reporting on 
major developments in Europe. 
12:00 SWAN SONG. Live Radio with Mickey Waldman. 







At Mcintosh Hall 

of Barnard College 

Broadway and 120th Street 

Saturday Dec. 15 llam-IOpm 
Sunday Dec. 16 11am-7pm 

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Tuesday 
December 18 

5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/17). 

9:30 MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Judith Sherman. 
11:30 AODC. (12/17) 

1 2:00 LUNCHPAIL. Leonard Bernstein's inspiring, often boring 
adaptation of St. Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologica. 
Soloists Leonard Nimoy and Joyce Brothers join the Co- 
gilo Ergo Sum Wind Ensemble and Maraschino Strings 
under Jose Melis. Paul Gorman, host. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 LESBIAN NATION. (12/17) 

2:45 NOT WITHOUT ART. (12/16) 

3:15 SEEING RED. (12/16) 

3:45 SYMPHONIC J/^ZZ. An overview of the use of the violin 
in jazz. Produced by Bernard Morell. 

5:00 RENT & HOUSING IN THE CITY. News of tenants or- 
ganized to resist in a housing shortage manipulated by 
the real estate lobby. Produced by the Metropolitan 
Council On Housing. 

5:30 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS. 
By William Mandel. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/19), 

7:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER. By Jerry Coffin. (11/19) 

8:00 THE SEX PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN. Produced by 
Nanette Rainone. 

9:30 FREE MUSIC STORE: Lucy Shelton & Friends. A 
broadcast of the Free Music Store concert of Nov- 
ember 7, produced by Candy Cohen and recorded 
by David Rapkin. Vocal chamber music program 
includes songs by Beethoven and Shostakovich. 
11:00 THE RADIO. The adventures of The Count of Monte 
Cristo continue this evening along with a second 
feature produced by Charles Potter and Tim Jer- 
ome. Recording and technical production by David 
Rapkin with musical direction by lames Irsay. 
(12/21). 
11:30 NEW FICTION. Jonathan Baumback, author of A Man 
To Conjur With and What Comes Next, reads, from an 
innovative new novel entitled Reruns. Produced by 
Joan Larkin. 
12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Wednesday 
December 19 

5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. ^With Larry Cox. (12/18). 

MORNING MUSIC. With Steve Rathe. 
11:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER. By Jerry Coffin. (12/18) 
12:00 TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS. This program deals with 
a little of everything. It's aim is to Take Care of Busi- 
ness, by dealing with subjects and people that you will 
not hear of, or about, elsewhere. Produced by Deloris 
Costello. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 



2:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND . . . (12/17) 

3:15 MISCELLANY. 

3:30 DIRTY TRICKS DE)A VU. Marty Cellen of the Bay Area 
Institute interviews lerry Voorhis who discusses his con- 
gressional race against Richard Nixon in 1946. 

4:15 MBARI MBAYO. A program of African and West Indian 
news, music and information. Produced by Godwin 
Oyewole. 

5:15 MISCELLANY. 

5:30 FREE VOICE OF GREECE. A program of news, analysis, 
and special features on current developments in 
Greece, United States foreign policy, and the relation- 
ship of Greece to the Greek-American community. 
Independently produced by Adamantia Pollis. 

5:45 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/20). 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. Late breaking news, 
recent interviews and speeches, and unscheduled mate- 
rial from the Public Affairs Department as well as a 
wrap-up of important events in the nation's capitol from 
Pacifica's Washington Bureau. (12/20) 

9:00 PAROXYSMAL NOCTURNA DY SPNEA. With Ira Ep- 
stein, 9/16 M.D. 

9:15 JUDICIAL REVIEW. Discussion of current U.S. Supreme 
Court cases and controversies. 

9:45 A GURU AGHAST IN GEHENNA: GALLO IN COY- 
LAND. Here's your problem: You can't kid yourself an- 
ymore. Step 27? 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

11:00 KUUMBA. Jazz. Presented by Maliki Oluwambe. 
12:00 NUANCES. Live Radio with Pepsi Charles. 



Thursday 
December 20 

5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with Julius Lester. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/19). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Margot Adier. 
12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. (12/19) 

3:45 MISCELLANY. 

4:15 ABC SONGS. Details 12/6. 

5:00 JUDICIAL REVIEW. (12/19) 

5:30 CHILEAN NEWSLETTER. A bi-weekly report on recent 
exents in Chile produced by scholars living in the U.S. 
and whose major focus of study is Chile. Produced by 
Elena Paz. 

5:45 MIDDLE EAST REVIEW. News and Interviews, or all the 
news that wasn't fit to print in the American press. Pro- 
duced by Miriam Rosen. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/21). 

7:30 WAR IN THE MIDEAST. Bonnie Bellow, back from 
Israel, presents Interviews, analysis, personal ob- 
servation recorded in Israel during the conflict that 
engulfed the Mid East on Oct. 6. 

8:15 MUSIC OF THE SPHERES 2 (or Starship Troupers). Just 
be glad I didn't use The Sitar on the Edge of Forever! 
Anyway, this is a program on science fiction and fanta- 
sy in music, both professional and "faanish" (sic). Pro- 
duced by Jim Freund. (12/24) 



8:45 THE COUNCIL OF ELROND. Baird Searles reads this 
nearly self-explanatory chapter from The Fellowship of 
the Ring, which is in turn from the trilogy by ).R.R. 
Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings. Produced by Dave 
Marx, )im Freund and Margot Adler. (12/28) 




10:15 GAY PRIDE. News and commentary, produced by Pete 

Wilson, Gary Fried, and )eff Shaw. (12/21) 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 
11:00 GREEN APPLES. With Steve Rathe. 
12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 



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Friday 
December 21 



THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with Julius Lester. 

NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/20). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by lames Irsay. 

THE RADIO. (12/18) 

LIFE OF THE MIND. A series dedicated to events, lec- 
tures, symposia and other developments in the acede- 
mic community. With Paul Gorman. 

GAY PRIDE. (12/20) 

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING. Details 12/7. 

DANCE TODAY. Reviews of the dance scene. Possible 
interview as well, if anyone has done something un- 
usual or (etc.) 

ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES. Produced by Grace les- 
sen and Dick Debartolo. 

GRASS ROOTS OF MUSIC. (12/15). 

MISCELLANY. 

GLEEPSITE. (12/17). 

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

MISCELLANY. 

NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/22). 



7:25 FILM REVIEW. With Dan Menaker. 
7:30 A SATIRICAL VIEW. With Marshall Efron. (12/24) 
7:45 THE GREAT INTERGALACTICCOLLECTIVEPARTICIPA- 
TORY REVIEW. This strip of magnetized oxide was 
found somewhere on Betelguese 4, and by a seemingly 
strange coincidence seems to be a review and commen- 
tary of speculative fiction reading material from Terra 
in its late Twentieth Century, A.D., (Atomic Era to us.) 
The tape refers to )im Freund as the producer, but is 
obviously a hoax perpetrated by a GtaxImyb. 
8:00 WASHINGTON WEEKLY. A somewhat opinionated re- 
view of the past week's news from "our Nation's Capi- 
tal", with members of Pacifica's Washington Bureau 
and others. 
8:30 POLITICAL PYRAMIDS. A step-by-step journey into 
where politics begin and end; an intensive investigation 
from the bottom up. A look at what kind of power 
is wielded from the basement. Interviews, discussions, 
and commentary. Produced by Agatha Graham. 
9:00 ESTHER RAND HOUSING NOTE BOOK. This program 
is to enlighten, inform and even outrage the listening 
public by exposing the myths and lies that those in 
power use to justify the denial of health services, failure 
of the educational system, continued improverishment 
of the working poor together with the lack of sufficient, 
decent, safe and sanitary housing, at rents the people 
can afford. 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 
11:00 RAPE: The Victim As Suspect. Part II. Details 

12/7. 
12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 
Pass. 



Saturday 
December 22 

5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk and comedy to help ease the 
transition between Friday and Saturday. 

7:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/21). 

8:00 THE DAYDREAMERS. Bob Cohen and Allan Corby, 
singers and clowns, take you on fantasy trips, slips, 
quips, flips, riffs & raffs, zips & zaps. 

9:00 TAKING TURNS. Non-sexist stories and songs. Pro- 
duced by Donna Barkman. 

10:00 TRAFFIC SONGS. Music of the ages, for those of any 
age. Happy holiday music, and musical ideas. Pre- 
sented by Ira Weitzman. 
11:00 GALLEY PROOFS. Talks with authors of books in pro- 
gress. 
1 1 :30 UNDER A STONE. In which Don and Estelle Wade ex- 
plore our folkloric underpinnings. 
12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio wifh Paul Gorman. 

2:00 FREE JAZZ. 

4:00 DATE-LINE COMMON SENSE. On this segment of Date- 
Line Common Sense, we will try to bring to you Third 
World Community News, that others in the media feel 
is not worthy, but that we feel is of the utmost impor- 
tance to us and our community. This program is pro- 
duced by Ronald Francis. 

4:30 MISCELLANY. 

4:45 RESPECT FOR ACTING. Details 12/13. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/23). 

7:00 NEWS AND VIEWS FOR CAR OWNERS. With Sam )ul- 

ty. 

7:30 DRUGS. A regular report on the phenomenon which 
seems to control New York City. Produced by Bruce 
Soloway. 

8:00 THE GRASS ROOTS OF MUSIC. The best of Bluegrass 
and old-time country music, brought to you by Kathy 
Kaplan, Bill Vernon or Frank Mare. Produced by Tom 
Whitmore. (12/28) 

9:00 QUOG MUSICTHEATRE with ERIC SALZMAN. Thegos- 
pel according to St. Quog? No, actually Quog's version 
of a 12th Century Miracle Play. Broadcast Live. 



11:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. "Vether it's voith vile a 'goin' 
through so much to loin so little - as the charity boy 
said ven got to the end of the alphabet - is a matter 
o" taste." Sample Flowerpot, and if she has a Flavor 
'o warm Flat-irons, pull out yer plug! (12/24) 

11:15 LOOK UP THE NUMBER. Blackbird Beatles. How Mo- 
town went down to the Liverpool docks and was never 
heard from again. Produced by John Black and Roman 
Szolkowski. (12/24) 

12:00 The Far Side of the Moon. A YULE CELEBRATION. We 
joyously greet the winter solstice with live music per- 
formed by Matty DeLeon, Lisa Null, Mark Cilston and 
Bob Rodriguez. Hosted by Margot Adier. 




Sunday 
December 23 



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■ V 5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 

\ Gary Fried. Music, talk, and comedy to help ease the 

l,^^iVj transition between Saturday and Sunday. 

.,.' ^7:00 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/22). 
j-^ vJstOO SEEING RED: NATION BY NATION. Produced by Frank 
" ^t. f, Harjo and Suzan Shown. 

t9:00 BOB COHEN and THE CORBY SHOW. 
J0:00 CANDY FROM STRANGERS. With Jan Albert. 
11:00 IN THE SPIRIT. 
12:30 HUNGER: THE NEW HOLOCAUST. (12/11). 
I 1 1:30 MISCELLANY 

1:45 IN THE BEGINNING ... In the beginning there was 
^ \\--\ beauty all around, the beauty of the sun, the beau- 
"vl:? ty of the moon. And the Creator, as creators will, 

P^^^c;^ wanted to create something as beautiful as these 

J rvot ■ • • How it all began for the Cheyenne, the Iro- 

■ijj ' H' quels, and other people of the western hemis- 

phere. Produced by Frank Harjo & Suzan Shown. 
3:45 THIS IS JAZZ. Things you've heard and things you hav- 
en't. Producer Larry Davis talks with jazz artists. 
4:45 UMOJA— UNITY. COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CARE 
CENTER: SELF-RELIANCE. Circle of Health. A family 
circle dedicated to liberating the Minds, Bodies and 
Souls of African-Americans. 
5:45 MISCELLANY. 
6:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. Produced by Rabbi 

A. Bruce Goldman. (12/24) 
6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/24). 
7:00 MISCELLANY. 

7:30 ECHOES FROM TARA. "Youth's summer sweet in which 
we were and autumn fair I too have spent; But winter's 
overwhelming brow is o'er me now in anger bent. Pro- 
duced by Bill Monaghan. 
8:30 HOW WE LIVE. Produced by Rich Strong. 
9:30 NOT WITHOUT ART. Produced by Milton Hoffman. 
(12/25) 
10:00 SEEING RED. Produced by Frank Harjo and Suzan 

Shown. (12/25) 
10:30 CENTER FOR NEW MUSIC NEWS. Coming concerts of 
new music around the city and interviews with the 
people who make it happen. Produced by Gregory 
Reeve. 
10:45 AT THE RISK OF SEEMING RIDICULOUS. 
12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Monday 
December 24 

5:00 OCKHAM'S RAZOR. Salutes the millennial of the acces- 
sion of Calif al-Ta'i'. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/23). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Richard Harris. 

1 1 :30 MARION'S CAULDRON. A live series of occult informa- 
tion with Marion Weinstein. 

12:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. (12/23) 

12:30 LIFE OF THE MIND. THE ENVIRONMENT. Part I. David 
Brower, Friends of the Earth on the Energy Epidemic. 
Part II. The Columbia University Nuclear Reactor-an in- 
vestigative documentary report. Produced by Peter Mil- 
liken. 

1:30 THE CORE AND SEEDS. Juicier moments from Green 
Apples with Steve Rathe and his guests. 
COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 MISCELLANY. 

LOOK UP THE NUMBER. (12/22) 

3:00 PASTMASTERS. This afternoon, James Irsay's guest is a 
wrist-bone fragment of Johann Hummel. 

4:00 IDEAS IN ACTION. Co So Go the People. As the People 
Go, So the Nation. As the Nation Go, So Go the World. 
Rev. C. Herbert Oliver will be interviewing people who 
are dealing with ideas that are changing the world. 

5:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. (12/22) 

5:15 A SATIRICAL VIEW. (12/21) 

5:30 MUSIC OF THE SPHERES. Details 12/20. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/25). 

7:30 AC/DC. What the Pacifica Washington Bureau 
really likes to do best. Tape clips, interviews, dra- 
matic readings from the Congressional record. 

8:00 SOULBOOK. "Gospel Music is one of the dominant 
sounds of the times — it has reformed our listening ex- 
pectations." The fervor and artistry of this indigenous 
Black music, from the raw exhortations of Blind Willie 
Johnson (circa 1927) to the rhapsodizing of Aretha 
Franklin, is reemphasized. C'mon children, let's shout! 
Presented by Clarence Reed. 

8:45 SPENCER HOLST STORIES. "The Santa Claus Murder- 
er", "The Music Copyist", "The Flabbergasted Reader" 
& "Five Hundred Yellow Cabs" read by the author. 

9:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND ... A weekly program with Eric 
Bentley and almost anyone on almost any subject, cen- 
tering on theatre, literature, politics, and . . . Prcxduced 
by Suzan Shown & Frank Harjo. (12/26) 
10:15 LESBIAN NATION. Despite wind and snow and patriar- 
chal celbrations, WBAI continues to give air time to 
opposing points of view. Produced by Martha Shelley. 
(12/25) 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 




11:00 LORE SEGAL'S GRIMMS FAIRY TALES. Lore Segal 
reads from her own translations of Grimms Fairy 
Tales . . . For grownups as well as children. 

(12/31) 




11:45 PERSPECTIVE. With Lucy Komisar. A Feminist Views 
The News: News and analysis of current events, with 
a focus on local and national activities in government 
and politics that affect women's rights. 

12:00 SW/AN SONG. Live Radio with Mickey Waldman. 



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Tuesday 
December 25 



THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 
ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 
NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/24). 
MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Judith Sherman. 
AC/DC. (12/24) 

LUNCHPAIL. Magazine: Science Editor Sal Maglie dis- 
cusses "The Wit and Wisdom of the Endochrine Sys- 
tem". Singer )ames Taylor and former frequent compan- 
ion loni Mitchell sing their new single, "Shut Up, I'm 
Crying". Paul Gorman, host. 
COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
LESBIAN NATION. (12/24) 
NOT WITHOUT ART. (12/23) 
SEEING RED. (12/23) 

TIVOLI PLAYER PIANO SHOP. Lawrence GadleyBroad- 
moore. Step into the world of L. Gadley Broadmoore. 
A tape portrait of the upstate N.Y. player pianist and 
homme extraordinaire. An Irsay/Post production, re- 
corded in STEREO by David Rapkin. 
BOTH SIDES OF THE BARS. Ex-convicts provide in- 
sights into the role of prisons and crime in the streets. 
Moderated by David Rothenberg. Independently pro- 
duced by the Fortune Society. 
COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
MISCELLANY. 



6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/26) 

7:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER. By )erry Coffin. (12/26) 

8:00 MISCELLANY. 

8:15 A WREATH OF CHRISTMAS POEMS. A selection 
of poems from many lands that together span the 
course of 2,000 years of Christmas celebration. 
From the Hayes/Laughlin collection, beginning 
with Virgil's Fourth Ecologue which people of the 
Middle Ages believed to be a veiled prophecy of 
the birth of Christ, and ending with the late Thomas 
Merton's Carol. Produced by Frank Harjo & Suzan 
Shown. 




9:15 MISCELLANY. 

9:30 MOSTLY SPANISH MUSIC. Presented by Bill Howie. 
Christmas at the Monastary of Montserrat. Vocal music 
by Diego Duron, )uan Cererols, Narciso Casanovas and 
others. 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

1 1 :00 INNER CINEMA. Film reviews and discussion and inter- 
views. Produced by )ud Yalkut. 
11:30 WINTER IN CENTRAL PARK. A recent musical 
composition by Michael Valenti. Produced by Su- 
zan Shown and Frank Harjo. (12/29). 
12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Wednesday 
December 26 

5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (U/25) 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Candy Cohen. 
11:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER. (12/25) 
12:00 TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS. This program deals with 
a little of everything. It's aim is to Take Care of Busi- 
ness, by dealing with subjects and people, that you 
will not hear of or about elsewhere. Produced by Del- 
oris Costello. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND . . . Details (12/24) 

3:15 THE DAY AFTER IT ALL SHOW. 

'Twas Christmas broached the mighteist ale, 
'Twas Christmas told the merriest tale, 
A Christmas gambol oft could cheer 
The poor man's heart through half the year. 
The Flowerpot United Metropolitan Improved Hot Muf- 
fin and Crumpet Baking and Punctual Delivery Service 
Company will do their best gamboling and-lots of luck 
with the cheer! 

4:15 MBARI MBAYO. A program of African and West Indian 
news, music and information. Produced by Godwin G. 
Oyewole. 

5:15 MISCELLANY. 

5:30 FREE VOICE OF GREECE. A program of news, analysis, 
and special features on current developments in 
Greece, United States foreign policy, and the relation- 
ship of Greece to the Greek-American community. 
Independently produced by Adamantia Pollis. 

5:45 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/27). 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. Late breaking news, 
recent interviews and speeches, and unscheduled mate- 
rial from the Public Affairs Department as well as a 
wrapup of important events in the nation's capitol from 
Pacifica's Washington Bureau. And SHORTCUTS by 
Peter Bochan. (12/27). 

9:45 A GURU AGHAST IN GEHENNA: GALLO IN GOY- 
LAND. Beelzebub will be in the WBAI studio to take 
phone calls on the air. His subject: "Fonghoo Cons- 
ciousness and the Fonghoo Hero". 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 
1 1 :00 SCORPION SWIFT. Music and musical ideas presented 

live by Rob Crocker. 
12:00 NUANCES. Live Radio with Pepsi Charles. 



Thursday 
December 27 

5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with Julius Lester. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/26). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Mickey Waldman. 
12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. (12/26) 

4:30 MISCELLANY. 

5:00 PERSPECTIVES. With Conrad Lynn. 

5:15 MISCELLANY. 

5:30 FRIENDS OF HAITI. Independently produced by Jill Ives 
in collaboration with the Haitian Liberation Movement. 

5:45 MIDDLE EAST REVIEW. News and Interviews or all the 
news that wasn't fit to print in the American press. Pro- 
duced by Miriam Rosen. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 



6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/28). 

7:30 OUR DAYS IN COURT. A survey of what women can 
expect before the bench. You'll hear about some little 
known laws affecting women and about some laws you 
may know loo well. Produced by Fran Watkins and 
Isabel Welsh. (12/29) 
8:30 A CIRCLE OF SOUND. A lovely evening of women 
composers singing their own music, produced by the 
Manhatten Theatre Club. The composers include Obie- 
winners Cretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford. Directed by 
Chistopher Alden. Produced by Brett Vuolo. 
9:30 A DIFFERENT WOMAN. Brett Vuolo talks with )ane 
Howard about her new book, A Different Woman. 
Howard travelled all over America talking to women- 
waitresses, taxi drivers, housewives, engineers-about 
"the texture of their lives, whom and what they loved, 
what was on their minds and . . . what, if anythmg, 
was unifyingly 'American' about us". (12/29). 

10:15 CAY PRIDE. News and commentary, produced by Pete 
Wilson, Gary Fried, and )eff Shaw. (12/28) 

10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

11:00 GREEN APPLES. With Steve Rathe. 

12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 
Pass. 



Friday 
December 28 

5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with Julius Lester. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/27). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by James Irsay. 
12:00 THE RADIO. (12/25). 

12:30 LIFE OF THE MIND. Late breaking news from the timel- 
ess world of ideas. With Paul Gorman. 

1:30 GAY PRIDE. (12/27) 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 MISCELLANY. 

2:30 THE COUNCIL OF ELROND. (12/20). 

4:00 ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES. Produced by Grace Jes- 
sen and Dick Debartolo. 

4:15 GRASS ROOTS OF MUSIC. (12/22) 

5:15 WAR IN THE MIDEAST. (12/20). 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/29). 

7:25 FILM REVIEW. With Dan Menaker. 

7:30 A SATIRICAL VIEW. With Marshall Efron. (12/31) 

7:45 MISCELLANY. 

8:00 WASHINGTON WEEKLY. A somewhat opinionated re- 
view of the past week's news from "our Nation's Capi- 
tal", with members of Pacifica's Washington Bureau 
and others. 

8:30 POLITICAL PYRAMIDS. A step-by-step journey into 
where politics begin and end; an intensive investigation 
from bottom up. A look at what kind of power is 
wielded from the basement. Interviews, discussions, 
and commentary. Produced by Agatha Graham. 

9:00 THIRD WORLD COMMUNICATIONS VANGUARD. 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 
1 1:00 WORDS, WORDS, WORDS. Readings by poet Karen 

Swenson from her new book An Attic of Ideals. 
12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 
Pass. 



Saturday 
December 29 

5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk, and comedy to help ease the 
transition from Friday to Saturday. 

7:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/28) 

8:00 THE DAYDREAMERS. Bob Cohen and Allan Corby, 
singers and clowns, take you on fantasy trips, slips, 
quips, flips, riffs & raffs, zips & zaps. 

9:00 KID'S STORIES. Stories, Poems, Plays written and read 
by authors, ages 5-25, from New York, London, Wales, 
and Ulster, Northern Ireland. Produced by Mary Dou- 
glas. 

9:30 MAMA'S LAP. Songs & Stories for children with Judith 
Clark. 
10:00 MISCELLANY. 

10:15 HOW MUSIC WORKS. These are two basic rhythms 
to be used for improvisation on the show. Produced 
by Phil Corner. 




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11:15 MISCELLANY. 

1 1:30 UNDER A STONE. Down the highways and byways of 
folk balladry, old and new, with Don and Estelle Wade. 
12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 

2:00 IZZY YOUNG FOLK SHOW. World Folk Music with 
Israel G. Young. 

4:00 THIRD WORLD COMMUNICATIONS VANGUARD 
WORKSHOP. (11/2) 

4:30 MISCELLANY. 

4:45 WINTER IN CENTRAL PARK. (12/25). 

5:15 OUR DAYS IN COURT. (12/27). 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/30) 

7:00 NEWS & VIEWS FOR CAR OWNERS. Autoscribe Sam 
Julty produces his automotive column on the air. 

7:30 NORTH STAR. Independently produced by New York 
University Black students and the Black community. 

8:00 THE GRASS ROOTS OF MUSIC. Bill Vernon and Frank 
Mare bring you the best in old time country music and 
bluegrass. Produced by Tom Whitmore. (1/5) 

9:00 FREE MUSIC STORE. BAROQUE OUT, YE OLDE YEAR: 
with Daniel Waitzman, flute; Elaine Comparone, harp- 
sichord; Myron Lutzke, cello. Works by Quantz, Vival- 
di, Bach, and Scarlatti. Broadcast Live. 
11:00 MARY FLOWERPOT "Vether it's voith vile a 'goin' 
through so much to loin so little-as the charity boy 
said ven got to the end of the alphabet-is a matter o' 
taste." Sample flowerpot, and if she has a flavor 'o 
warm flat-irons, pull out yer plug! (12/31) 
11:15 A DIFFERENT WOMAN. ( 1 2/27) 

12:00 THE FAR SIDE OF THE MOON. Live Radio with Margot 
Adier. 

Sunday 
December 30 

5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk and comedy to help ease the 
transition from Saturday to Sunday. 

7:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/29). 

8:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF SOLSTICE. It's finally cold out, 
but the sun has been getting stronger for the past nine 
days and will continue to do so.-Why then is the worst 
of winter still ahead of us? Gary Fried explains this 



and all about the progression of seasons. Tilt your axis 
and tune in. 

8:30 BOB COHEN AND THE CORBY SHOW. Live Radio, 

with guest calls, songs, records and Mr. Cuitarman. 
10:00 CANDY FROM STRANGERS. With |an Albert. 
11:00 IN THE SPIRIT. 

12:30 PABLO NERUDA MEMORIAL. A memorial program 
for recently deceased poet Pablo Neruda: his life, 
poetry in Spanish and English. 

1:15 THE THIRD B. An afternoon of music written by 
Johannes Brahms. Hopefully live perofmiances, 
and a live audience. (Listen for more details). In 
any case, the best available recordings of the Third 
B. Produced and presented by Ira Weitzman. 

4:30 MISCELLANY. 

4:45 UMOIA (UNITY). Astrology and Medicine. Circle of 
Health. A family circle dedicated to liberating the 
Minds, Bodies and Souls of African-Americans. Pro- 
duced by Saidi Hekimu. 

5:45 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. Independently pro- 
duced by Rabbi A. Bruce Goldman, director of the In- 
stitute for Creative Jewish Living. (12/31). 

6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/31). 

7:00 INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Newsandcommentary 
from Haiti, Chile, the Middle East, Asia, Greece and 
the Soviet Union by independent producers. 

8:30 HOW WE LIVE. Produced by Rich Strong. 

9:30 NOT WITHOUT ART. A series devoted to exploring the 
relationship between all the arts and the handicapped 
communities including the blind, deaf and the physical- 
ly handicapped. Produced by Milton Hoffman. (1/1) 
1 0:00 SEEING RED. American Indians. With Suzan Shown and 

Frank Harjo. (1/1) 
10:30 CENTER FOR NEW MUSIC NEWS. Coming concerts 
and music around the city and interviews with the 
people who make it all happen. Produced by Gregory 
Reeve. 
10:45 AT THE RISK OF SEEMING RIDICULOUS. 
12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Monday 
December 31 



5:00 OCCAM'S RAZOR. Salutes the 13th centennial of the 
accession of Eastern Roman Emperor Constantine IV. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (12/30). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by )im Freund. 
12:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. (12/30) 
12:30 LIFE OF THE MIND. A series dedicated to events, lec- 
tures, symposia and other developments in the acede- 
mic community. With Paul Gorman. 

1:30 THE CORE & SEEDS, luicier moments from Green Ap- 
ples with Steve Rathe and his guests. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 LORE SEGAL'S GRIMMS FAIRY TALES. (12/24). 

3:00 PASTMASTERS. Todays program might well be called 
PASTA MASTERS as we hear the only issued recordings 
of the Spatini String Quartet. 

4:00 COMPOSITION. A program that focuses on the compre- 
hension of mind and soul creatively. Produced by Saba- 
bu Geuka. 

5:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. (12/29) 

5:15 A SATIRICAL VIEW. With Marshal Efron. (12/28) 

5:30 URBAN EDUCATION. New Years Collage-resolutions 
by young and not so old to live by, up to or forget. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (1/1) 

7:30 AC/DC. What the Pacifica Washington Bureau 
really likes to do best. Tape clips, interviews, dra- 
matic readings from the Congressional record. 

8:00 TRANSIENT: OY. This body of vital Chassidic melody- 
an attempt at communal transmission and individual 
expression. The original trip music. Love by Mark Fef- 
fer. 



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8:45 MORE IDIOCY FROM WRETCH STUDIOS. That special 

one tor the kids in Elmhurst. 
9:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND ... A weekly program with Eric 
Bentley and almost anyone on almost any subject, cen- 
tering on theatre, literature, politics, and . . . Produced 
by Suzan Shown & Frank Harjo. (1/2) 
10:15 LESBIAN NATION. Despite wind and snow and patriar- 
chal celebrations, WBAI continues to give air time to 
opposing points of view. Produced by Martha Shelley. 
(1/1) 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

11:00 THERE ARE DIFFERENT KINDS OF WRITING . . . 
a work by composer TUI ST GEORGE TUCKER, 
and prose writer SPENCER HOIST. This work does 
not fall into any category. It is something different. 
It's premeire performance was heard on WBAI last 
New Year's Eve. 
12:00 SWAN SONG. Live Radio with Mickey Waldman. 



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Tuesday 
January 1 



5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 
7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 
9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (12/31). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Judith Sherman. 
11:30 AC/DC. (12/31). 

12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Melvin Laird, Genghis Khan and Attila the 
Hun join guest host George Metesky for a frank talk 
on "Protective Reaction: Self-Defense and Self- 
Confidence". (Recorded at the Center for the Study of 
Institutes). Live, with Paul Gorman. 
2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
2:15 LESBIAN NATION. (12/31) 
2:45 NOT WITHOUT ART. (12/30) 
3:15 SEEING RED. (12/30) 
3:45 MOSTLY SPANISH MUSIC. (12/25). 
5:00 RENT & HOUSING IN THE CITY. News of tenants or- 
ganized to resist in a housing shortage manipulated by 
the real estate lobby. Produced by the Metropolitan 
Council on Housing. 
5:30 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS. 

By William Mandel. 
6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
6:15 MISCELLANY. 
6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (1/2) 
7:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER. By Jerry Coffin. (1/2) 
8:00 TO HAVE? OR NOT TO HAVE? ... A CHILD. Sterili- 
zation an Alternative. Elaine Douglas, WBAI staff 
member, recently underwent laparoscopic sterili- 
zation, a 20 minute surgical procedure which ren- 
dered her pemianently unable to bear children. Why 
did she take this "radical" step? Nanette Rainone 
and Elaine Douglas discuss the question. To be 
followed by listener phone calls at 212 371-5200. 




9:15 SATURN AND THE OUTER PLANETS. (Uranus, Nep- 
tune, Pluto). Redefined by Julie Winter. How these 
planets operate personally in terms of social change. 
(How Saturn in your chart defines your compulsions 
and anxieties yet ultimately leads to inner freedom). 
Produced by lulie Winter. 
9:45 AN HOUR WITH BIDU SAYAO. Frank Coffee, Bill Se- 
ward and Bill Howie have no trouble getting the fa- 
mous soprano to reminisce about her career. The pro- 
gram is filled with stunning examples of the Sayao art. 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

11:00 THE RADIO. This evening yet another of the con- 
tinuing adventures of The Count of Monte Cristo, 
with a second feature produced by Charles Potter 
and Tim Jerome. Recording and technical produc- 
tion by David Rapkin with musical direction by 
lames Irsay. (1/4). 
11:30 NEW FICTION. Jonathan Baumbach, author of A Man 
To Conjur With and What Comes Next, reads from an 
innovative new novel entitled Reruns. Produced by Joan 
Larkin 
12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Wednesday 
January 2 



5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 ROOM 101. Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (1/1). 

MORNING MUSIC. With Steve Rathe. 
11:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER. By Jerry Coffin. (1/1) 
12:00 TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS. This program deals with 
a little of everything. It's aim is to Take Care of Busi- 
ness, by dealing with subjects and people that you will 
not hear of, or about, elsewhere. Produced by Deloris 
Costello. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 ERICBENTLEY AND . ..(11/5) 

3:15 MISCELLANY. 

3:30 UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY. The U. N. is now in 
the process of setting up machinery and appropiating 
funds to operate a graduate-level university which will 
engage in advanced study of "problems common to 
all mankind." Yasushi Akashi, Secretariat official, dis- 
cusses the project with Elaine Douglas. 

4:15 MBARI MBAYO. Calypso and news from Africa. Pre- 
sented by Godwin G. Oyewole. 

5:15 MISCELLANY. 

5:30 FREE VOICE OF GREECE. A program of news, analysis, 
and special features on current developments in 
Greece, United States foreign policy, and the relation- 
ship of Greece to the Creek-American community. 
Independently produced by Adamantia Pollis. 

5:45 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. 

7:30 PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. Late breaking news, 
recent interviews and speeches, and unscheduled mate- 
rial from the Public Affairs Department as well as a 
wrap-up of important events in the nation's capitol from 
Pacifica's Washington Bureau. (1 1/6) 

9:00 PAROXYSMAL NOCTURNAL DYSPNEA. With Ira Ep- 
stein, 9/16 M.D. 

9:15 JUDICIAL REVIEW. Discussion of current Supreme 
Court cases and controversies. 

9:45 A GURU AGHAST IN GEHENNA: GALLO IN GOY- 
LAND. 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

1 1:00 KUUMBA. Jazz. Presented by Maliki Oluwambe. 
12:00 NUANCES. Live Radio with Pepsi Charles. 



Thursday 
January 3 



5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with Julius Lester. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox (1/2). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Ira Weitzman. 
12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 
2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
2:15 PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAGAZINE. (1/2) 
3:45 MISCELLANY. 

4: 1 5 ABC SONGS. ABC (Americans Before Columbus). Songs 
are those belonging to the native people of this hemis- 
phere, differing from nation to nation, tribe to tribe. 
This program will explain the instruments, meanings 
and uses of the music from a specific area. Produced 
by Frank Harjo and Suzan Shown. 
5:00 JUDICIAL REVIEW. (1/2). 

5:30 CHILEAN NEWSLETTER. A bi-weekly report on recent 
events in Chile produced by scholars living in the U.S. 
and whose major focus of study is Chile. Produced by 
Elena Paz. 
5:45 MIDDLE EAST REVIEW. News & Interviews or all the 
new that wasn't fit to print in the American press. Pro- 
duced by Miriam Rosen. 
6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 
6:15 MISCELLANY. 
6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (1/4) 

8:00 ON THE ROCKS. George Bernard Shaw's political 
comedy about an English Prime minister who has 
an encounter with a lady guru, emerges as a mili- 
tant Marxist only to discover that his greatest op- 
position comes from the working classes he's out 
to liberate! Directed by Neal Weaver. Produced by 
Brett Vuolo. 




10:00 MISCELLANY. 

10:15 CAY PRIDE. News and commentary, produced by Pete 

Wilson, Gary Fried, and Jeff Shaw. (1/4) 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 
11:00 GREEN APPLES. With Steve Rathe. 
12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 

Fass. 



Friday 
January 4 



5:00 THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. Live Radio. 

7:00 UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Live Radio with lulius Lester. 

9:00 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (1/3). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by James Irsay. 
12:00 THE RADIO. (1/1) 

12:30 LIFE OF THE MIND. A series dedicated to events, lec- 
tures, symposia and other developments in the acede- 
mic community. With Paul Gorman. 

1:30 GAY PRIDE. (1/3) 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING. Produced by Helene Sil- 
verstein. (1/18) 

3:30 DANCE TODAY. Produced by Elinor Rogosin. 

4:00 ENVIRONMENTAL OUTRAGES. With Grace lessen and 
Dick Debartolo. 

4:15 GRASS ROOTS. (12/29). 

5:15 NEWS OF THE WORLD. Produced by Edward Rust. 

6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. (1/5) 

7:25 FILM REVIEW. With Dan Menaker. 

7:30 A SATIRICAL VIEW. With Marshall Efron. (1/7) 

7:45 THE GREAT INTERGALACTICCOLLEcrriVE PARTICIPA- 
TORY REVIEW. Tonight, |im Freund will review The 
Red Book of Westmarch as well as The Necronomicon. 

8:00 WASHINGTON WEEKLY. A somewhat opinionated re- 
view of the past week's news from "our Nation's Capi- 
tal", with members of Pacifica's Washington Bureau 
and others. 

8:30 DATELINE COMMON SENSE. A program for Third 
World people to present a variety of ideas, issues and 
enterainment. (1 1/10) 

9:00 THE CASE. Dealing with the art and artist of the Black 
Community particularly film, theatre and music; also 
criticism of these forms. Reading of poetry and other 
literature, talks with artists and others involved in artis- 
tic ventures. An emphasis on Black music and its 
relationship to oral communication, also its influence 
on style and form in America will be explored. Pro- 
duced by Clayton Riley. 
10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

1 1 :00 WORDS, WORDS, WORDS. Readings by poet Steven 
Stepanchev from his new works: Mining the Darkness 
and, also from The Mad Bomber. Produced by Frank 
Harjo & Suzan Shown. 
12:00 BEYOND THE UNNAMEABLE. Live Radio with Bob 
Fass. 



Saturday 
January 5 



5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk and comedy to help ease the 
transition from Friday to Saturday. 

7:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (1/4) 

8:00 THE DAYDREAMERS. Bob Cohen and Allan Corby, 
singers and clowns, take you on fantasy trips, slips, 
quips, flips, riffs & raffs, zips & zaps. 

9:00 TAKING TURNS. Non-sexist stories, poems, plays, folk 
and fairy tales written and presented always for and 
sometimes by kids, with special segments for each age 
group; very young, very old and very middle. Produced 
by Donna Barkman. 



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10:00 ENVIRONMENT. With Dr. Glenn Paulson. 

10:00 TRAFFIC SONGS. Starting the new year off on a new 
foot, lapping to the music of the world. Presented by 
Ira Weitzman. 

11:00 GALLEY PROOFS. Talks with authors of books in pro- 
gress. 

1 1 :30 UNDER A STONE. In which Don and Estelle Wade ex- 
plore our folk loric underpinnings. 

12:00 LUNCHPAIL. Live Radio with Paul Gorman. 

2:00 FREE )AZZ. 

4:00 DATE-LINE COMMON SENSE. Poets Are Liberators Too. 
Produced by Kim )arvis. The purpose of this program 
is to expose to the listeners Third World poets who 
are out here in our communities, but don't have a plat- 
form, as well as examining the role of the Third World 
poet in the community. 

4:30 THE QUIET )OYS OF BROTHERHOOD. Men's CR 
Croup. Men's topics. Telephone calls. Guests. Pro- 
duced by Sam )ulty. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (1/6). 

7:00 NEWS & VIEWS FOR CAR OWNERS. Autoscribe Sam 
Julty produces his automotive column on the air. 

7:30 DRUGS. A regular report on the phenomenon which 
seems to control New York City. Produced by Bruce 
Soloway. 

8:00 THE GRASS ROOTS OF MUSIC. Bill Vernon and Frank 
Mare bring you the best in old time country music and 
bluegrass. Produced by Tom Whitmore. (1/11) 

9:00 THE FREE MUSIC STORE. To be announced. 
1 1 :00 MARY FLOWERPOT. "Vether it's voith a 'goin' through 
so much to loin so little-as the charity boy said ven 
got to the end of the alphabet-is a matter o' taste." 
Sample Flowerpot, and if she has a flavor 'o warm flat- 
irons, pull out yer plug! (1/7) 
11:15 LOOK UP THE NUMBER. Produced by John Black and 

Roman Szolkowski. 
1 2:00 THE FAR SIDE OF THE MOON. Live Radio with Margot 
Adier. 



Sunday 
January 6 



5:00 THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE. With 
Gary Fried. Music, talk and comedy to help ease the 
transition from Saturday to Sunday. 
7:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (1/5) 

8:00 KINDERFANTASIEGESCHICTEN.F.S.F.P.Y.P.oralleged- 
ly Fantasy and Science Fiction Programs for Young 
People. Presented by )im Freund. 
8:30 BOB COHEN AND THE CORBY SHOW. Live Radio, 

with guest calls, songs, records and Mr. Guitarman. 
10:00 CANDY FROM STRANGERS. With Jan Albert. 
11:00 IN THE SPIRIT. 

12:30 PRELUDE A L'APIES-MIDI D'UNE AMAZON. Manya La 
Bruja, who will be returning to her old spot on the 
air this month, brings you a small taste of what's to 
come. 
1:30 SOUNDPOETRY.SelectionsfromtheFy/fc/ngen Interna- 
tional Festivals in Stockholm. Fylking is the Swedish 
word for the first goose in a V-formation. These Fylkin- 
gen are a Swedish sound poetry group. 
2:45 VIETNAM'S VETERANS: COMING HOME IS NO 
HOMECOMING. The economic and psychological 
impact of returning to the States after service in 
Indo China. Produced by Nick Egleson. 
3:45 THIS IS JAZZ. 



4:45 UMO)A (UNITY). Astrology and Medicine. Circle of 
Health. A family circle dedicated to liberating the 
Minds, Bodies and Souls of African-Americans. Pro- 
duced by Saidi Hekimu. 

5:45 MISCELLANY. 

6:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. Independently pro- 
duced by Rabbi A. Bruce Goldman, director of the In- 
stitute for Creative Jewish Living. (1/7) 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (1/7). 

7:00 MISCELLANY. 

7:30 ECHOES FROM TARA. "Youth's summer sweet in which 
we were and autumn fair I too have spent. But winter's 
overwhelming brow is o'er me now in anger bent. Pro- 
duced by Bill Monaghan. 

8:30 HOW WE LIVE. Produced by Rich Strong. 

9:30 NOT WITHOUT ART, A series devoted to exploring the 
relationship between all the arts and the handicapped 
communities including the blind, deaf and the physical- 
ly handicapped. Produced by Milton Hoffman. (1/8) 
10:00 SEEING RED. American Indians. With Suzan Shown and 

Frank Harjo. (1/8) 
10:30 CENTER FOR NEW MUSIC NEWS. Coming concerts 
and music around the city and interviews with the 
people who make it all happen. Produced by Gregory 
Reeve. 

10:45 AT THE RISK OF SEEMING RIDICULOUS. 

12:00 LIVE RADIO. 



Monday 
January 7 



5:00 OCKHAM'S RAZOR. Salutes the 18th centennial of the 
accession of Kushan Emperor Hurishka. 

7:00 ROOM 101 . Live Radio with Steve Post. 

9:00 NEWS. With Abraham Aig. (1/6). 

MORNING MUSIC. Presented by Richard Fioravanti. 
12:00 UP AGAINST THE WAILING WALL. (1/6) 
12:30 LIFE OF THE MIND. A series dedicated to events, lec- 
tures, symposia and other developments in the acede- 
mic community. With Paul Gorman. 

1:30 MISCELLANY. 

2:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

2:15 MICHAEL X. Michael X or Michael Abdol Malik, is a 
black Trinadian scheduled to hang by the neck until 
dead. Kate Millet and William Kuntsler discuss the im- 
plications of his death. 

2:45 MISCELLANY. 

3:00 PASTMASTERS. With lames Irsay. 

4:00 COMPOSITION. A program that focuses on the compre- 
hension of mind and soul creatively. Produced by Saba- 
bu Geuka. 

5:00 MARY FLOWERPOT. (1/5) 

5:15 A SATIRICAL VIEW. With Marshall Efron. (1/4) 



5:30 SIX PIANOS, SIX MUSICIANS. Music by Steve Reich 
al the Baldwin Piano Store. An open rehearsal, re- 
corded by ludilh Sherman and the music Department 
gang at New York's very own Baldwin Piano Store, of 
a new work in progress for six piano players by the 
composer of "Come Out" and "Drumming", with a 
brief interview by Mike Sahl. The players: Steven B. 
Chambers, Russ Haffenberger, James Preiss, Bob Beck- 
er, Ben Herman and Steve Reich. 




6:00 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD. 

6:15 MISCELLANY. 

6:30 NEWS. With Larry Cox. (1/8) 

7:30 AC/DC. What the Pacifica Washington Bureau 
likes to do best. Tape clips, interviews, dramatic 
readings from the Congressional record. 

8:00 SOULBOOK. "Gospel Music is one of the dominant 
sounds of our limes-it has reformed our listening expec- 
tations." The fervor and artistry of this indigenous Black 
music, from the raw exhortations of Blind Willie John- 
son (circa 1 927) to the rhapsodizing of Aretha Franklin, 
is re-emphasized. C'mon children, let's shout! Pre- 
sented by Clarence Reed. 




8:45 MISCELLANY. 

9:15 ERIC BENTLEY AND ... A weekly program with Eric 
Bentley and almost anyone on almost any subject, cen- 
tering on theatre, literature, politics, and . . . Produced 
by Suzan Shown & Frank Harjo. (1/9) 

10:15 LESBIAN NATION. Despite wind and snow and patriar- 
chal celebrations, WBAI continues to give air time to 
opposing points of view. Produced by Martha Shelley. 
(1/8) 

10:45 THE LATE BREAK. 

1 1 :00 SONGS OF UNICORN. Don Burton sings and plays his 
fantasies and realities. Produced by )udith Sherman. 

1 1 :00 POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION. A program discussing the 
nature of this ailment. Is it hormonal? Is it a response 
to the childbirth and child rearing practices of this so- 
ciety? Is it normal but mistreated by gynecologists and 
psychologists? Produced by Nanette Rainone. 

1 1 :45 PERSPECTIVE. With Lucy Komisar. A Feminist Views the 
News. News and analysis of current events, with a fo- 
cus on local and national activities in government and 
politics that affect women's rights. 

12:00 SWAN SONG. Live Radio with Mickey Waldman. 



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